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She flees Salem, leaving Proctor without so much as a second glance.
John Proctor is the central character whom the drama of revolves around.
This primacy is helped by the fact that he has relationships with many of the other characters in the play: Proctor is husband to Elizabeth Proctor, former (adulterous) lover of Abigail Williams, employer of Mary Warren, friend of Giles Corey and Francis Nurse (and by extension their wives), and not a fan (though not precisely an enemy) of Reverend Parris.
Proctor openly admits the reason he is rarely in attendance at church and why only two of his boys are baptized.
Proctor says that he doesn't like Parris and he sees "no light of God in that man" and will...