He says that because he is going to tell the accused to lie and confess because
he realized that ... Why does Hale say he has come to do the devil's work What
motivates his action? Why does Hale say he has come to do the devil's work
Danforth says that man has no right to be here, so why does Herrick let him in? ...
Then Parris admits that his niece Abigail has disappeared with Mercy Lewis. He
... Hale responds that he's here to do the Devil's work—to urge Christians to lie.
I saw Goody Osburn with the Devil! ... Reverend Hale is an intellectual man, and
he has studied witchcraft ... having stated an opinion on witches at all and leaves
Hale to his work. ... Slightly taken aback, Giles states that he does not mean to
say that his wife is a witch. ... Do you have what it takes to make it in New York?
Parris warns Abigail that he has enemies who will use this situation against him,
and ... Hale says that they cannot look to superstition in issues of witchcraft, ...
Tituba admits that the devil has come to her, and that the devil promises to return
her to ... Thomas Putnam demonstrates that his motivation involves his
In Part Two of our look at Arthur Miller's The Crucible we will focus on the
character ... He is in actuality, quite a weak man: he does not directly address his
... 'There be no mark of blame upon my life, Mr. Hale. .... But I will always see that
action as something awry in Abigail's character arc. .... I come to to do the...
She says he was out so late she thought he might have gone into Salem. Proctor
ignores the ... Yet Proctor still resists going to the court because he fears for his
reputation. .... He's just come from Rebecca Nurse's house. ... Hale says the devil
can tempt anyone, but nonetheless says he's certain Rebecca won't be char...
Hale: . . . Abigail Williams told you it had naught to do with witchcraft! ... he will
confirm there are no unnatural causes at work in Salem; after his wife is ...
Andover [a nearby town] have thrown out the court, they say, and will have no
part of witchcraft. .... Proctor plows on the Lord's day is evidence he is in league
In particular he focuses on the discovery of several young girls and a slave ... and
physical wants — especially sexual desires — as the Devil's work and a threat to
society. ... Miller permits the audience to do just that by transforming the faceless
... motivation, but also can reevaluate the character through his or her actions.
When John Proctor and the Reverend Hale plead for the innocence of their loved
ones ... However, he does change his attitude just before he is to be hanged. ... to
his pleas: “do that which is good, and no harm shall come to you” 86 (Now ... She
betrays John as the “devil's man” and she claims he threatened her saying, “I'll ...
It does not work, but it is revealed that Abigail and Proctor engaged in a ... Proctor
tells Hale that Abigail has admitted to him that witchcraft was not ... also states
that the court is holding his wife Martha by mistake saying he had ... Abigail's
motivation to do what she did in the story was her jealousy of ... Live Action