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Crucible Test--

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2. What is the setting in both time and place of the play?
3. As it applies to the play, how is the word “crucible” best defined?
4. What is the occupation of Abigail’s uncle?
5. What had the girls been doing out in the woods one evening?
6. What is wrong with Betty Parris?
7. Of what do the girls accuse several people in the village?
8. Why is Reverend Hale invited to Salem?
9. What has occurred in the recent past between Abigail and John Proctor?
10.What is the current problem between Elizabeth and John Proctor?
11.When questioned by Reverend Hale, what is the reason John gives for not attending church? 12.When reciting the Ten Commandments, which one does John fail to remember? How is this
ironic?
13.Who is Danforth?
14.What happens to Elizabeth Proctor?
15.What secret does John Proctor reveal in an attempt to prove the girls are lying?
16. John counts on Elizabeth’s inability to lie to get her free. Why is this problem?
17. Why does Danforth not want to find out that the girls’ accusations are false?
18. InAct Four, what do Mercy Lewis and Abigail Williams do?
19. Late in the play, Reverend Hale changes his mind about something. What is it?
20. How does Giles Corey die?
21.What happens to both Elizabeth and John by the end of the play?
22.Why does Elizabeth refuse to influence John’s decision whether or not to confess?
Created by: hcmeek
 

 



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