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Crucible Notes

Notes that were taken in class--background about the book/time period

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This is what the Crucible is concerned with. What is the struggles of the common man?
The name of another book written by the author of the Crucible. What is Death of a Salesman?
The famous actress that Miller was married to. Who is Marilyn Monroe?
This is what the Puritans believe happened to the Devil in heaven. What is thrown out by God?
This is the Puritan's belief in supernatural powers associated with the Devil. What is witchcraft?
Placing the blame on a certain group of people, usually because of racism or prejudice. What is scapegoating?
The decade in which this novel was written. What is the 1950's?
The three issues that created a hysteric atmosphere. What are post-war economics, politics, and social instability?
The man who started accusing people of communism. Who is J. Mccarthy?
The kind of commentary this novel makes on society. What is social commentary?
The number of witches burned in Germany, France, and Salem. What is 900; 2,000; 23?
The people who created unease in the colonists in Salem. Who are the natives?
The epidemic that broke out in the late 17th century. What is small pox?
The possession that was distributed unevenly and eventually led to unrest. What is land?
Created by: rolypoly333
 

 



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