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Title: Final Review Jeopardy


1
Final Review Jeopardy
Characters Puritan Core Beliefs MLA format The Devil and Tom Walker Rhetorical strategy
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Which puritan core belief is demonstrated in the
following passage? there is no other reason
to be given why you have not gone to hell, since
you have sat here in the house of God, provoking
his pure eyes by your sinful manner of attending
his solemn worship
3
Total depravity
Back
4
Gods grace is given freely. It cant be earned
or denied.
5
Irresistible Grace
Back
6
Parris niece who had an affair with John Proctor
7
Abigail Williams
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8
The farmer who had an affair with Abigail Williams
9
John Proctor
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10
Appeal based on logic or reason


11
LOGOS
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12
True or False Is this a correct MLA header for
page tree of your written paper. 3 Jumper
13
False
Back
14
True or False In MLA format, the ENTIRE paper is
double spaced.
15
True
Back
16
True or False Is this a correct MLA heading
for a paper due to Mrs. Crandall on January 5,
2010. Jonny Jumper Mrs. Crandall American
Literature 7th January 5, 2010
17
False
Back
18
His famous last words were more weight
19
Giles Corey
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20
Has Great Britain any enemy in this quarter of
the world, to call for all this accumulation of
navies and armies? They are meant for us they
can be meant for no other
21
LOGOS
Back
22
What did Tom Walker do in order to become a rich
man?
23
Sell his soul to the devil
Back
24
What did Tom Walker keep under a pile of mortgage
papers?
25
A Bible
Back
26
The rotted trees in the Devil and Tom Walker
represent what?
27
The moral decay of society
Back
28
Slave from Barbados
29
Tituba
Back
30
Daily Double
31
True or False Is this a correct bibliography
work cited? Aldrich, Frederick A. and
Margueritte L. Marks. Wyman Reed Green, American
Biologist. Bios 23.1 (1952) 26-35. Print.
32
False
Back
33
Tom Walkers shortcut through the swamp
represents what?
34
Taking shortcuts to acquire wealth
Back
35
God saves only those he wishes predestination
36
Perseverance
Back
37
True or False Is this the correct parenthetical
citation for a quote from the raven? Quoth the
Raven Nevermore (Poe 330)
38
TomWalkers new house represents what?
39
False appearances
Back
40
Give me liberty, or give me death!
41
PATHOS
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42
Those elected by God have full power to interpret
the will of God.
43
Unconditional Election
Back
44
Suppose that instead of speaking of her husband,
the speaker in this poem is speaking of God,
which puritan core belief would be displayed in
the following line? Thy love is such I can no
way repay
45
Limited Atonement
Back
46
appeal based on emotion
47
Pathos
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48
Elderly woman who thinks the girls are just
playing games
49
Rebecca Nurse
Back
50
I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided,
and that is the lamp of experience
51
Ethos
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