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The Crucible (Grades 11-12)

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The Crucible

1. 
The Crucible was set in the year...
  1. 1492
  2. 1692
  3. 1892
  4. 1992
2. 
In The Crucible, if you confess to witchcraft, you live. If you do not confess, you will be put to death. This is an example of what type of irony?
  1. Dramatic
  2. Verbal
  3. Situational
3. 
Rev. Hale's discussion about the validity of the justice system with Proctor, Corey, and Nurse when their wives are arrested is an example of...
  1. internal conflict
  2. theme
  3. external conflict
  4. dramatic irony
4. 
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.
5. 
Where does "The Crucible" take place?
  1. Newark, New Jersey
  2. New York City
  3. Salem, Massachusetts
  4. Boston, Massachusetts
6. 
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
7. 
John Proctor's decision to 'confess and live' or 'refuse and hang' is an example of a(n)...
  1. imagery
  2. allusion
  3. internal conflict
  4. symbol
8. 
Place in order 1 to 3.
               John tells his wife he wants to make her happy.
               John forgets the commandment about adultery when questioned by Hale.
               John admits in court to having an affair.
  1. 3,2,1,
  2. 1,2,3,
  3. 2,3,1
  4. 1,3,2
9. 
Pontius Pilate was responsible for ordering the execution of Jesus Christ. Pilate, however, did not want to condemn Jesus...
When John Proctor refers to Rev. Hale as Pontius Pilate, this is an example of...
  1. imagery
  2. allusion
  3. theme
  4. symbolism
10. 
Place them in order from 1 to 3.
               John Proctor confessed to his affairs.
               Mary Warren brings Goody Proctor a poppet.
               Giles Corey accuses Thomas Putman of trying to get land from others.
  1. 1,2,3
  2. 3,2,1
  3. 3,1,2
  4. 2,3,1
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