Based on what you know about the importance of reputation in The Crucible explain what it meant to the three following characters : John Proctor, Reverend Hale, judge Danforth
John Proctor knows the importance of reputation. He is a local farmer who is shamed by an affair with Abigail, even though he is always into trouble with the authorities because of his temper and independence. He is accused of witchcraft, he has the opportunity to falsely confess to save his life, but this would depend on his to sign a document. So because of his reputation, he decides to die.
Reverend John Hale also cares a lot for reputation. He is considered a specialist on this field, he is considered to be the best and because of that, he is fervorous after suspected witches. But after he knows about corruption cases and abuses of the trials, sobriety comes and he tries to save as many suspects as possible.
Judge Danforth is probably the character we can see more clearly the importance of reputation. He asks characters if they know who he is, he wants everybody to know his name and his importance in Salem. He relays on his name and his reputation so he doesn’t need to do anything.
Why is grendel excited to see his men arrive
He feels very excited because the arrival of new men gives him the chance to fight with someone new. He has someone he can test himself against.
He has been living in isolation for a really long time, that he feels that excitement even if the men scare him.
Grendel is excited when the men arrive because it is a fulfillment of a premonition he had. He's excited because he believes the men have to come to free him from his boredom.
The famous psychiatrist who discovered the element received much Acclaim and many prestigious Awards the underlined phrase is what type of a phrase
What is a phrase or expression whose meaning cannot be understood in the ordinary sense? nonverbal