Hale informs Danforth that none of the prisoners will confess

Hale informs Danforth that none of the prisoners will confess

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Hale informs Danforth that none of the prisoners will confess. Hale asks Danforth to pardon the  seven individuals condemned to die, or allow him more time to persuade them to confess. Danforth  refuses. Hale summons Elizabeth. He asks her to convince Proctor to admit his guilt so that the court will not  hang him. Elizabeth agrees to speak with him. Proctor and Elizabeth discuss their children and the  child she carries. Proctor admits that he is considering confessing. He asks Elizabeth if she will respect him if he does.  Elizabeth states that it is his decision, and she tells him that she has forgiven him for the affair.  Elizabeth realizes that she bears part of the blame for the affair because she has been a cold,  suspicious wife in response to her own insecurities. Scene 3 reveals a dramatic change in the relationship between Proctor and Elizabeth. They have 
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