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1 The Crucible Jeopardy

2 Question 1… This moral group began the new colony in New England…

3 The Puritans

4 Question 2… This is the reason why women were more likely to be accused of witchcraft than men…

5 Because women were more susceptible to the Devils influence

6 Question 3… This is the reason why Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible…

7 Question 4… This time in U.S. History was filled with paranoia and fear of communists. Random people were accused of being involved in the communist party, and then they were prosecuted with little or no evidence…

8 The Red Scare

9 Question 5 This is the reason the Puritans left England…

10 What is…to escape religious persecution?

11 Question 6… Because of his belief in the supernatural, Reverend Parris does this when his daughter falls ill…

12 What is…he calls upon Reverend Hale?

13 Question 7… This is Reverend Parriss main concern throughout the novel…

14 What is…his reputation and money?

15 Question 8… This character is viewed as a pagan from the beginning of the novel based on her status within Salem…

16 Who is…Tituba?

17 Question 9… This is the reason Mrs. Putnam is so adamant about hunting witches in Salem…

18 What is…she believes that a witch murdered her 7 babies?

19 Question 10… This is the most manipulative character in the entire play…

20 Who is…Abigail Williams?

21 Question 11… This describes the Puritan perception of the forest…

22 What is…negative, it is filled with disorder and evil?

23 Question 12… We learn this about Abigails past through her threat to the other girls…

24 What is…she saw her parents murdered by Indians?

25 Question 13… This character shows his independence from the rest of the congregation in Act I…

26 Who is…John Proctor?

27 Question 14… This is the first complaint about John Proctor, and it shows us how important it is to the Puritans in Salem…

28 What is…he does not go to church every Sunday?

29 Question 15… This couple seems uncomfortable with one another in Act II…

30 Who are… Elizabeth and John Proctor?

31 Question 16… Its strange work for a Christian girl to hang old women. – This quote describes what kind of behavior…

32 What is…hypocritical?

33 Question 17… This character is the most gullible in the play…

34 Who is…Mary Warren?

35 Question 18… This is the reason Mary gives the poppet to Goody Proctor…

36 What is…She wants to make peace with Goody Proctor after disobeying her?

37 Question 19… Proctor believes that Parris is too interested in money. This is his excuse for what…

38 What is…not regularly attending church?

39 Question 20… Ironically, Proctor forgets this commandment…

40 What is…adultery.

41 Question 21… This is the reason Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft…

42 What is…She thinks that John will marry her if Elizabeth is hanged?

43 Question 22… Proctor brings this person to court to testify…

44 Who is Mary Warren?

45 Question 23.. Elizabeth learns this lesson in her three months imprisonment …

46 What is…that she judged John too harshly.

47 Question24… This is the definition of a tragic hero…

48 What is…a character who dies even though he or she made the right decision or prevailed against evil.

49 Question 25… This characters actions contrast most strongly with Parriss, who blames everyone but himself…

50 Who is John Proctor?

51 Question 26… This character says: There is no rebellion in Andover.

52 Who is…Danforth?

53 Question 27… This character says: I come to counsel Christians they should belie themselves.

54 Who is…Reverend Hale?

55 Question 28… This character says: I saved her live today!

56 Who is Mary Warren?


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