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Title: The Crucible Exam Review


1
The Crucible Exam Review
  • Robinson
  • English III

2
Crucible Jeopardy
Puritan Background/McCarthyism Literary Elements Plot Structure Characterization What Happened?
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  • The belief that a persons destiny is determined
    before birth is called

4
  • Predestination

5
  • People who were chosen, before birth, to go to
    Heaven

6
  • The Elect

7
DAILY DOUBLE!!!
  • Term that means the church and the state are one,
    joined together

8
  • Theocracy

9
  • According to the Puritans, an active enemy of
    mankind whom sought to destroy the New World

10
  • The Devil

11
  • What type of literature is The Crucible
    considered to be? What is it a comparison of?

12
  • Allegory/
  • McCarthyism

13
  • What literary element is being used? When John
    Proctor is reciting his commandments, he forgets
    the commandment about adultery

14
  • Situational Irony

15
  • What literary element is being presented here?
    The land disputes between all of the neighbors,
    such as Francis Nurse and Thomas Putnam.

16
  • External Conflict

17
  • What literary element is being presented here?
    Johns Proctors feelings of guilt and fraud

18
  • Internal Conflict

19
  • What element is being presented here? We know, as
    the audience, that Abigail is a fraud however,
    the community holds her up as a saint.

20
  • Dramatic Irony

21
DAILY DOUBLE!!!
  • What element is being presented here? Pontius
    Pilate! God will not let you wash your hands of
    this!

22
  • Biblical Allusion

23
  • What is the exposition of the play?

24
  • Setting Salem Massachusetts, Spring 1692
    Reverend Parris finds his niece, daughter and
    several other girls dancing in the woods which is
    sinful.

25
  • What initially motivates Abigail to cry witchery
    on Elizabeth Proctor?

26
  • She wants to get rid of her so she can have John.

27
  • List three examples of rising action that lead
    directly to the climax of the play.

28
  • Elizabeth is arrested.
  • Proctor confesses his sin.
  • Abigail denies the affair.
  • Proctor tells the court Elizabeth will never lie.

29
  • Climax

30
  • Elizabeth lies in court

31
  • Resolution

32
  • The condemned refuse to confess to witchery,
    including Proctor, and they are hanged for their
    silence.

33
  • Concerned about his own reputation and safety
    above all other things.

34
  • Reverend Parris

35
DAILY DOUBLE!!!
  • Proud of his authority and refuses to be
    challenged due to pride.

36
  • Deputy Governor Danforth

37
  • Weak, subservient character who unable to stand
    up to Abigail

38
  • Mary Warren

39
  • Character whose guilt associated with the trials
    causes him to return to Salem in the end to
    counsel with the accused

40
  • Reverend Hale

41
  • Character who finds a shred of goodness in
    himself in the end

42
  • John Proctor

43
  • The people accused of witchcraft can save their
    lives if they do what?

44
  • Confess

45
Daily Double!
  • Why does Reverend Hale initially visit the
    Proctors household and what does he learn is the
    reason John has missed so much church?

46
  • Hale wants to learn about those mentioned in
    court.
  • Johns wife has been ill.

47
Why does Mary Warren turn on John Proctor?
48

Because the girls begin mocking her and turn on
her. She wants to save her own life.
49

What does Elizabeth take some blame for in the
end, Act IV and why?
50

The affair because she wants to take some of
Johns guilt away. She feels she kept a cold
house.
51
DAILY DOUBLE!!!
  • Why can John not allow his confession and name
    to be nailed to the church door?

52
It will make his friends look guilty and cause
shame for his family.
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