Literature;Crucible.

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i have to pick one character from the Crucible who decides that they have chosen the wrong action and change their behavior, this switch is often motivated by a number of factors...i have to tell their original course of action and how they change, their motivation [originally and after the change]...can you tell me who would be the best character to pick. someone who changes alot during the play..thanks

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