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Honors English III Semester I Review (The Crucible)
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What is Reverend Parris upset about at the opening of Act I?
His daughter's condition and the possible connection to her inappropriate activities in the woods.
From the comments of Parris in Act I, his concern for his daughter seems primarily based on his daughter's illness?
Anxiety about his reputation
In Act I, how does Reverend Parris's belief in the supernatural affect his response to his daughter's illness?
He seeks help from Reverend Hale
What can be inferred from Act I about the attitude of Puritans toward their slaves?
They feared and mistrusted their slaves.
Thomas Putnam's attitude toward Reverend Parris is one of
- How does Mrs. Putnam justify sending Ruth to Tituba?
Mrs. Putnam feels she deserves to know why she has had to endure the deaths of seven children.
Mrs. Putnam's comments suggest that her primary in hunting for witches is
Anger at having lost her children.
Which phrase best describes Abigail William's character?
Proud and Manipulative
From act I, it can be inferred that the puritans associated the forest with
Disorder and evil
From the scene in which the girls are alone, what can be inferred as the basis of Abigail's influence over the other girls?
Her social position as the minister's niece and ability to terrorize them.
Which word best describes John Proctor's words and actions in Act I?
Consider Tituba's state of mind when she began naming names, what can you infer about her motivation?
She was afraid of Reverend Hale and thought naming names would save her from punishment.
Why does Reverend Parris send for Reverend Hale?
Hale is considered an expert in matters of witchcraft and the Devil
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