English 11-december Final Exam-the Crucible

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English 11-December Final Exam-The Crucible
English 11-Final Exam-The Crucible

  
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1.  A person possessed by an excessive and irrational zeal, especially for a religious or political cause is known as what?
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2.  If I have a personal preference for chocolate chip cookies over oatmeal and raisin, you could say I have a ________________ for them.
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3.  If my bank account balance is less than the bills I owe, we could call the amounts______________________. 
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4.  We could describe Santa's elves as ______________________________.
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5.  In The Crucible, Reverend Hale was brought to Salem to do this.
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6.  Abigail's ___________________ led to the downfall of many citizens.
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7.  In order to _______________________ more names, the judge forced the accused to "name names" of other witches.
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8.  John Proctor had ____________________ feelings toward the judges because he felt that the charges were ridiculous.
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9.  The entire incident of the Salem Witch Trials could best be described as a _________________.
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10.  In The Crucible, the girls pretended to be ________________________ by spirits.
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11.  The judge wanted John Proctor to sign a ___________________ against others, but he refused to do so.
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12.  Giles Corey had been a ______________________ in the courtroom many times.
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13.  Danforth would accept no ________________ from the people in the courtroom.
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14.  Abigail lied and said she had an ____________________________ reputation.
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15.  When Mary Warren was afraid, she spoke nearly __________________________.
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16.  Abigail and Elizabeth Proctor can be considered _______________ characters.
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17.  Who is the author of The Crucible?
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18.  Why is Reverend Parris praying and weeping as the play begins?
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19.  Why did Mrs Putnam send her daughter Ruth to Tituba?
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20.  What is Proctor's response in Act I when Abigail speaks of her love for him.
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21.  Does Rebecca think that Betty is touched by the devil in Act I?
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22.  Why does Mrs. Putnam quickly believe that Goody Osburn is a witch?
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23.  In Act II, for what reason does Elizabeth Proctor believe that Abigail would like to get rid of her?
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24.  Hale criticizes Proctor for two things.  What are they? Mark both of the correct answers.
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25.  When Proctor recites the Commandments, ironically which one does he forget to list?
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26.  In Act II, Cheever finds a needle in the doll.  Why does the needle convince him that Elizabeth is a witch?
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27.  What does Proctor want Mary Warren to tell the court?
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28.  What is Proctor's goal in bringing Mary Warren to the court?
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29.  Proctor brings Danforth the signatures of 91 people who have a good opinion of the accused.  What does the judge do with the list?
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30.  Why does Proctor admit to his affair with Abigail?
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31.  What three things does Danforth learn about Abigail that make him begin to doubt her character?  Mark the three correct answers.
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32.  Abigail and the other accusers act as if Mary Warren has used witchcraft against them.  How does Mary eventually respond to their actions?
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33.  In Act IV, what does Parris believe Abigail has done?
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34.  Why does Hale say, "There is blood on my hands!"?
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35.  What does Hale urge Elizabeth to do?
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36.  Why does John call for the judges after his discussion with Elizabeth?
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37.  Which 2 things does John value at the end of the play?  Select two.
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38.  How can the 1940s and 50s be described as a "witch hunt"?  What was really being hunted?  What happened to the accused?
39.  What is a dynamic character?  Which character in the play could be described as being dynamic?
40.  What are some of John Proctor's conflicts?  List and label at least one internal conflict and one external conflict.
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