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“Heros are not Born, but are Made”

“Heros are not born, but are made”, I think that this quote means that a person is not born as hero, but if a person does something or somebody’s life then and only then that person can be considered a hero. I agree with this quote because it makes sense. The reason why I think that this quote makes sense is that for example a person just can’t wake up one morning and say “I’m a hero”. I am trying to say that what did that person do to consider himself of being a hero. There were a number of heros in the play “Crucible” by Aruthor Miller such as the main character John Proctor, Giles Corey, and Reverend Hale. Of the three characters, I would like to discuss two of them. The two characters are John Proctor and Reverend Hale. The reason why I choose John Proctor was because he is the main character of the story. He is also the major hero of the story because in the end he sacrifices his life for the sake of the his family and friends. But most importantly he sacrifices his life for his good name and honor. He want to be remembered as a man of great dignity and respect. He wanted his sons to live their lives of being respected in society. Another on of the heros of the crucible is reverend Hale. Reverend Hale the kind of the evil specialist, meaning the he knows how to treat evil and he knows about it. He is first summoned to come to the town where the “crucible” takes place. The reason why he is summoned is because of uprising of the so called witchery and evil in the town of salem. At first he goes along with the girls who are faking that there are witches in salem. But at then the end he gives up believing in the girls and he starts hustling to save lives the he already signed death warrents. In conclusion I would like to say the I agree with the qoute “Heros are not born, but are made”. The reason why I agree with it is that It doesn’t make sense not agreeing with it. ...

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