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The arrival of Reverend Hale to the Proctor's house is significant for which of the following reasons?
Choose ALL that apply.
He has come to question the Proctors to see if they are involved in witchcraft.
Hale's arrival signals the beginnings of the downfall of John Proctor.
His arrival interrupts Proctor's plan to confront Abigail.
Hale has not come on the court's authority which again demonstrates his independence and impartiality.
What Hale observes will be useful during his testimony in the courtroom in Act III.