September 40, 2011
AP Language and Composition
Benefits of Control
Men of high prominence and prestige with daunting power have always been in control of many aspects in a culture. Deputy Danforth and Reverend Hale had been considered to be " godlyвЂќ guys with power and control who used the scriptures of their Our god. While trying to be one of a ay Christian, they became dodgy in their activities and went against biblical law to boost their own lives. Deputy Danforth and Reverend Hale get started their oppositions towards one another when Reverend Hale encounters an epiphany of his actions, and Danforth is still condemning blameless people. Inside the Crucible, Arthur Miller uses rhetoric ways to juxtapose Mouthpiece Danforth and Reverend Hale's contradicting characteristics. Danforth's determination to the delusive condemnation with the citizens of Salem opposes Reverend Hale's epiphany to the hangings and murders from the immaculate men and women of Salem.
Deputy Danforth hangs many people of Salem as the Witch Studies go on. Danforth denies any kind of wrong in the faults and continues to pin the consequence on others through his blind obstinacy. Danforth's obstinacy can be demonstrated by way of irony when he states, " I will not really receive a one plea for pardon or postponement. [вЂ¦] Postponement at this point speaks a floundering in the partвЂќ (Miller 1324). As luck would have it, Danforth's watch of post ponement and view goes against biblical rules of " вЂ¦ judge not, and you will probably not always be judged; condemn not, and you may not become condemned; forgive, and you will be forgivenвЂќ (Luke 6th: 37). When Danforth thinks that postponement shows some weakness in his part and the person who cries for those who are hanged weep for corruption, ironically post ponement shows forgiveness and mercy, an important Christian principle that Danforth lacks throughout the enjoy. Deputy Danforth and Reverend Hale experienced the same aim вЂ“ to eliminate the werewolves in Salem and all extension cables of the Devil...