The Crucible Act 4 - Review
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Where does Act 4 begin?
What does Rev. Parris tell Danforth that he found in his door?
He found a knife stabbed into his door as a threat from the townspeople.
Who is missing in Act 4?
Abigail Williams and Mercy Lewis ran away after stealing from Reverend Parris.
What are Giles Corey's final words before his death?
Why does Danforth want Elizabeth to speak to Proctor?
He wants Proctor to confess.
How did Giles Corey die?
He was pressed with heavy stones.
Who tries to convince the people of Salem to confess to witchcraft, even though he knows they are innocent?
Does John Proctor eventually sign the confessing testimony?
He signs it, but tears it up.
"Because it is my name! Because I cannot have another in my life...I have given you my soul; leave me my name!"
Who said this line?
"He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him," is the last line of the play. Who said this line?
What is the reason for cattle roaming and overgrown crops in Salem?
So many people are either in jail (or dead) because they've been accused of witchcraft, so they are unable to take care of their property.
Who else does Proctor name as a witch?
No one; he says he never saw another person with the devil.
Why does Danforth summon Elizabeth Proctor?
The Proctors haven't seen each other in 3 months, and Danforth thinks she can convince Proctor to confess to witchcraft.
Why does Danforth bring Rebecca Nurse in to witness Proctor confess?
He believes that if she sees Proctor confess, it will motivate her to confess, too.
Why does Proctor REFUSE to allow the signed confession be posted on the church door?
His reputation is the most important (and only) thing that he has left. He wants to keep his reputation clean.
Does Elizabeth convince John Proctor to confess to witchcraft?
No; she says it is HIS choice and whatever decision he makes, a good man will be making that decision.
Elizabeth apologizes to Proctor when they're alone together...why?
She believes that it was partly her fault he had an affair. She apologizes for being a "cold" woman.
Why does Rev. Parris want Deputy Danforth to postpone the hangings?
Parris believes that a riot will begin in the town if more people, particularly Rebecca Nurse and Martha Corey, are hanged. He is afraid.
Does Rebecca Nurse confess to witchcraft?
No; she stands firm in her decision to be a righteous woman
How has Giles Corey become an expert in legal matters?
He has taken his friends and neighbors to court more than 30 times.
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