Which of the following lines of dialogue best shows how Reverend Hale approaches his examination of witchcraft accusations in Salem?
"Hale, holding up his hands: No, no. Now let me instruct you. We cannot look to superstition in this. The Devil is precise; the marks of his presence are definite as stone, and I must tell you all that I shall not proceed unless you are prepared to believe me if I should find no bruise of hell upon her."
"Hale, setting down his books: They must be; they are weighted with authority."
"Hale, surprised: You permit dancing?"
"Hale: We shall need hard study if it comes to tracking down the Old Boy."
"Hale: It's strange how I knew you, but I suppose you look as such a good soul should."