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Grade 11 :: The Crucible by NFisher

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Grade 11 :: The Crucible by SheilaH
"The wings! Her wings are spreading! Mary, please, don't, don't!"
  1. Rev. Hale
  2. Mary Warren
  3. Danforth
  4. Abigail
  5. Giles Gorey
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by CathleenB
The author of The Crucible, Arthur Miller, wrote the play to draw parallels between the Salem Witch trials and what other historical event?
  1. The Watergate scandal
  2. The Whitewater scandal
  3. Senator McCarthy's hunt for communists
  4. The stock market crash of 1929
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by szeiger

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How do the parts of the passage in parentheses help enhance the theme of the passage?
  1. They help illustrate the characters' emotions.
  2. They provide stage directions for characters.
  3. They provide flashbacks to help explain the text.
  4. They offer notes to help the reader better understand the text.
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by BrookeMangione
Proctor does not like Rev. Parris because he thinks Parris...
  1. is a lecher
  2. is too superstitious
  3. is too concerned with money and expensive items
  4. is being taken to an asylum for treatment
Grade 10 :: The Crucible by JohnCraig
Before the play begins, what did Parris catch his daughter and other girls doing?
  1. Trying to run away from home
  2. Dancing in the forest
  3. Reading Catholic tracts
  4. Conducting a black mass in the church
Grade 10 :: The Crucible by JohnCraig
Where does The Crucible take place?
  1. Boston, MA
  2. Swanton, VT
  3. Salem, MA
  4. Jamestown, VA
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by NFisher
Which is NOT a good example of dramatic irony in the The Crucible?
  1. Elizabeth lying in court about John's affair after he had already confessed.
  2. Girls mocking and accusing Mary Warren of sending her spirit out in court.
  3. Abigail's blood-drinking spell to kill Elizabeth Proctor.
  4. Hale's questioning of John and Elizabeth at their home.
Grade 10 :: The Crucible by JohnCraig
Why did Elizabeth fire Abigail Williams from her service?
  1. She refused to do the work assigned to her
  2. She was having an affair with her husband
  3. She stole from Elizabeth
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by BrookeMangione
It is a characteristic of Abigail, when attacked, to...
  1. whine and complain
  2. cry
  3. accuse others
  4. to run to her mother
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by BrookeMangione
When Proctor says, "I have made a bell of my honor! I have rung the doom of my good name...," he means that he has:
  1. told everyone his sins
  2. announced that his marriage is over
  3. explained that he, too, is a witch
  4. remained silent about Abigail's attractions
Grade 10 :: The Crucible by JohnCraig
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by DeLude1
Quote Identification: "He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!"
  1. Rev. Hale
  2. Judge Danforth
  3. Abigail Williams
  4. Elizabeth Proctor
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by SheilaH
Grade 11 :: The Crucible by DeLude1
Quote Identification: "I speak my own sins; I cannot judge another. I have no tongue for it."
  1. John Proctor
  2. Elizabeth Proctor
  3. Giles Corey
  4. Abigail Williams
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