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1 Crucible Reverse Jeopardy Characters Literary Terms Plot Events SettingQuoteSignificance

2 Who is the protagonist of The Crucible?

3 John Proctor Back

4 Who are the Antagonists of The Crucible?

5 Abigail and Danforth Back

6 Why is Parris so afraid to have Betty named as a witch?

7 He could lose his job and reputation. Back

8 How do John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse see the events differently from the rest of the community?

9 They think the whole situation is fake and that it will just blow over after a while. Back

10 Mary Warren “I’m- I am an official of the court, they say, and I-”

11 Mary has a new sense of power and likes to feel important. Back

12 What does Rev. Hale possibly believe regarding the guilt of people by the end of Act 2?

13 Perhaps innocent people are being accused. Back

14 Why do people “part like the sea” when Abigail enters the room?

15 They fear her power to accuse them. Back

16 Why does Mary Warren continue to accuse people even after first admitting that Abigail is a fraud?

17 She is afraid of Abigail. Back

18 Which character is the center of all the land disputes?

19 Thomas Putnam Back

20 What does Abigail mean when she states, “Think you be so mighty that the power of Hell may not turn your wits? Beware of it!”

21 I can accuse you (Danforth) just as easily as anyone else. Back

22 Where does The Crucible take place?

23 Salem, Massachusetts Back

24 In what year does the Salem Witch Trial take place?

25 Back

26 What about the Puritan mindset made it possible to accept the events of the trial?

27 High religious focus and the focus on the spiritual realm. Back

28 What can you conclude about Parris after a dagger is thrown at him?

29 He is fearful for his life. Or He was hated by the community. Back

30 Daily Double

31 How does Danforth handle the accusations against his court?

32 He finds reasons not to listen to evidence regarding his failing court. Back

33 What can you conclude from the references made to the town of Andover?

34 People have rebelled and overthrown the courts in Andover. Back

35 Which two people would be considered an example of a literary Foil?

36 Parris and Hale or Mary Warren and Abigail Back

37 Why is it important to Danforth and Parris that Proctor confess?

38 It will prove that the court was right. Back

39 What is the mood of the play after the opening scene of Act 3?

40 Dark and Despairing Back

41 Elizabeth states, “He have his goodness now”

42 He now has self-respect and a good heart. Or She and God have forgiven him. Back

43 What event foreshadows the accusing of Elizabeth Proctor?

44 The private conversation between Proctor and Abigail Back

45 What is the climax of Act 3?

46 Proctor is accused Back

47 What is implied by John’s statement, “It is my name”

48 John does not want to discredit his name with a lie. It is more important to have honor than life. Back

49 Why are Tituba and Goody Good some of the first characters to be accused?

50 They are of lower social status Back

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52 Who Said,” I take it on my soul, but who else may surely tell us what person murdered my babies?”

53 Mrs. Putnam Back


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