John Hale Character Analysis

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In the beginning of The Crucible, Reverend John Hale is an intellectual man, with a love of learning. He eagerly goes to Salem to fight the Devil with knowledge, hoping to bring the town hope goodness, and light. However, he soon realizes that his just cause is transformed into something wicked and corrupt. Hale’s mission to find witches in Salem costs the lives of many innocent people. Hale loses is trust in humanity, himself, and his faith. In contrast to him, in the movie X-Men, Charles Xavier once said, “Mankind is not evil, just... uninformed.” Charles Xavier is mutant; he founded of the X-Men and the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters. He is an optimistic person, determined to fight for his cause. He hopes that mutants and humans will peacefully co-exist, and…show more content…
Indians killed her parents brutally, and she witnessed the horrific act. A lack of parental figures probably led her to become in love with John Proctor, who spurned her. Abigail was willing to do anything to be with him, even drink the blood of a chicken. When she and other girls who were dancing in the woods accused of conjuring spirits, she blames Tituba. Tituba in turn blames other women, and Abigail cunningly devises a plan of accusing other people of witchcraft including Elizabeth, Proctor’s wife. Abigail saw Mary Warren, the Proctor’s maid, making a doll and sticking a needle inside the doll for safekeeping. She decided to stick a needle in the same place as the doll and accuse Elizabeth of sending her “spirit” to stab Abigail. However, everything goes wrong when her act jails Proctor. Unable to convince him to escape with her, Abigail runs away to never to be seen again. However, like Magneto, the death of her parents led to her, indirectly, to do some horrible things. If her parents had been alive, then perhaps she would not have been such a wicked person who only thought of
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