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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many people are initially on trial for witchcraft?
2. Who is surprised that the people of Salem haven't overthrown the courts already?
3. Which male character is arrested at the end of Act 3?
(a) Reverand Hale.
(b) Mr. Putnam.
(c) John Proctor.
(d) Giles Corey.
4. Danforth asks John Proctor if he has seen Rebecca Nurse with someone. Who is it?
(a) Mr. Putnam.
(b) Reverand Parris.
5. Who tries to calm Giles when he is removed from the vestry?
(a) Mr. Putnam.
(b) John Proctor.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Act 4, Elizabeth tells John that a number of people have already confessed. How many?
2. What might the community do if Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor are killed?
3. Who is worried that Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor will be executed?
4. Why is Herrick acting strangely when he visits Tituba and Sarah Good?
5. Mary gives Elizabeth a gift after spending all day at court. What is it?
Short Essay Questions
1. Elizabeth is worried that Abigail will do something and she turns out to be right. What is it?
2. Hale is suspicious of John Proctor's religious commitment. Why?
3. In nearby Andover, the courts were overthrown and now Parris wants Danforth to delay any more trials. What is he worried about?
4. Why is John Proctor arrested at the end of Act 3?
5. John Proctor brings a long list of witnesses to attest to the fact that his wife and others never associated with the devil. Why is this list not helpful?
6. Danforth asks Mary to do something to prove that she was faking with the other girls. What is it and does she do it?
7. What do we learn about Abigail in Act 4?
8. Why is Danforth suspicious of Hale?
9. Who is the only person that cares that John Proctor and Giles don't have lawyers? Why is he concerned?
10. What commandment does John Proctor forget and why?
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