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Act 2 Quiz The Crucible
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Disagrees with Paris' preaching. Tries to expose Abigail but hesitates because he has no proof.
Holy, but cold (emotions/love). She is arrested after Abigail accuses her of witchcraft.
Proctors servant. She gives Elizabeth a poppet. Gains power by becoming an official of the court. Fears Abigail
Visits Proctors home to question Christian Character. His arrival to the town sparks Mass Hysteria.
Accuses Elizabeth Proctor of witchcraft (puts the needle in her stomach). Liar, desperate, indictive, smart, manipulative.
How many people have been arrested?
What charcter will hang?
What character confessed in order to avoid the hanging?
39 people have been arrested.
Goody Osburn will hang.
Sarah Good confessed.
Where does Mary Warren return from and what does she give Elizabeth Proctor?
She returns from court and she gives Elizabeth Proctor a poppet.
Why hasn't John told the court what he knows?
Why does Elizabeth think he's not telling?
What does this scene reveal about their relationship?
What does it reveal about each of their characters?
John hasn't told the court because he has no proof.
Elizabeth thinks he's not telling because she thinks they had an affair.
It reveals their relationship isn't good and there's a lot of tension between them, they aren't a good couple.
How did Mary Warren differ from the girls during act 1? How would you describe her now?
During act 1 she wanted to confess and tell people about what had happened in the woods. Now after her day in court she has a sense of power.
What are Proctors feelings towards Rev. Parris?
What are his reasons for feeling that way?
In what way is Rev. Parris going against Puritan values?
Proctor feels that Rev. Parris cares more about extravagancy than simplicity. He is going against the Puritan values by thinking about golden candlesticks, the look of the church.
According to Giles Corey and Francais Nurse, which two women have been arrested? What were they accused of? How do they differ from the other people that have been accused?
Martha Corey and Rebecca Nurse were arrested because of witchcraft. They are different because they are close to God, well-respected. The others that have been accused were homeless people, drunks, beggars.
What accusation did Abigail make against Elizabeth Proctor? What are the consequences? How does John proctor expect Mary Warren to fix this problem? Why is Mary Warren hesitant to save Elizabeth?
She accuses Elizabeth of stabbing her by the poppet. The consequences of this are Elizabeth being tried for witchcraft. John Proctor wants Mary to confess about Abigail what happened in the woods but Mary Warren fears Abigail.
How do the actions of certain characters go against their Puritan Values?
Certain charcters go against their Puritan values such as Rev. Parris and Elizabeth Proctor. Rev. Parris thought about golden candlesticks which go against the Puritan lifestyle of simplicity. Elizabeth said she didn't believe in witches, which means she doesn't believe in the devil and if she doesn't believe in the devil that means she doesn't believe in the bible or God for that matter.
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