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John Hale is the ministry of Beverly, that continues to be summoned to Salem to discover and extinguish supposed witchcraft in the town of Salem, Mass. in the historical period. Hale overgoes a slow change of character and belief as the play unfolds. As a lively character? Though a slow change it is, the change radically alters his views and ideas of what's God's will and where his priorities lie. the marks of the presence are as definite as gems, and I have to tell you all that I shall not precede unless you are prepared to believe me if I should find no bruise of hell upon her (38), it is a mere empty promise, since before the end of Act One he emotionally decides Salem is plagued by witchcraft, with or without concrete evidence to back up his allegation. Hale utilizes such scant proof as Putnam's departure of her initial seven children and Giles' wife reading of odd books which keep him out of reciting the Lord's prayer. Paradoxically, he encounters, Tituba, after hearing that this Barbados servant was practicing voodoo with the afflicted girls. Following Hale puts immense strain on Tituba to emphasise herself a witch Hale can control Tituba to claim that she'd used witchcraft on the girls. After declaring herself a witch she accuses the titles of four innocent and honest women, thus starting the chain influence of accused witches accusing others of witchcraft, which soon would follow along. So Hale, single-handedly, who had been exploited by Abigail's false and lies matches, began the entire conflict with his competitive strategy to propel Tituba to admit to association with the devil, which in truth had never covenanted. &At the time in Act Two that Hale enters there's a presence of remorse about him, which foretells what his assignment in the Proctor's house is, to question Elizabeth on the suspicion of practicing witchcraft about Abigail Williams. Thus, to start to further his situation at witchcraft he confronts Mr. Proctor concerning his lack of attendance to church an...