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What is the difference between Danforth and Hathorne?
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Simply so, who are Hathorne and Danforth in The Crucible?
Judge Hathorne arrives in Salem with Deputy Governor Danforth. Danforth is to preside over the witch trials, and Hathorne will be a prosecutor in the trials. Both Danforth and Hathorne believe unwaveringly in the Puritan government of Massachusetts.
Subsequently, question is, how are Danforth and Hale different? Hale is a well-read minister who relies upon his books. Danforth is a reputable judge who relies on consistent input and prodding. Reverend Hale is a dynamic character who learns his role as a minister while Judge Danforth is a constant force who voices others opinions through his authority.
Besides, why are Danforth Hathorne and the other authorities so resistant?
Why are Danforth, Hathorne, and other authorities so resistant to believing the claim that Abigail and the other girls are lying? It would ruin their reputation if people found out that their authority figures were convicting innocent people just because they believed the first thing they heard.
How is Judge Danforth characterized?
Judge Danforth. Governor Danforth represents rigidity and an over-adherence to the law in The Crucible. Danforth is clearly an intelligent man, highly respected and successful. He arrives in Salem to oversee the trials of the accused witches with a serene sense of his own ability to judge fairly.