How does john Proctor suffer from the intolerance of the people of salem through-out the play? How does this change his character? What key events are prime examples of this intolerance- both religious and otherwise?
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We might say that intolerance takes the form of an enforced uniformity of behavior in the community of Salem. When Proctor attempts to tell the court that he knows Abigail is lying, his character is attacked.
His tendency to miss church and to occassionally work on Sunday makes him subject to a negative character assessment by Parris.
What are some specific events that?
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