Rev. John Hale vs. John Proctor
The characters of John Hale and John Proctor in “The Crucible”
can be compared and contrasted according to their key traits, goals, and
tendencies to change. These characters are probably the two most
important characters in the play. They both are strong men mentally and
are proud of what they accomplish.
Reverend John Hale and John Proctor can be compared and
contrasted according to their key traits. Reverend Hale
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said that he was an
evil person and that he did practice evil acts. In Act Two he also went
from saying that he was a good man to finally confessing to being an
adulterer and a lecher.
The more appealing character was John Proctor because through
his stubbornness and inflexibility he was a more interesting character.
Proctor was a spontaneous character at times also when he changed his
arguments into confessions.