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The Crucible Act 1 Quiz
Salem Witch Trials was viewed to be a progression of witchcraft cases acquired before
nearby justices a settlement called Salem which was a piece of the Massachusetts Bay province
in the seventeenth century. Salem Witch Trials was an exemplary case of scapegoating. Dread
joined with a "trigger," an awful or distressing occasion, is the thing that frequently prompts
scapegoating. Dread of the Devil, and witches who did his offering, was genuine in Salem at the
time. To achieve the aim of the paper it responds to the following multiple question:
1) What does Miller say in the Overture “undoubtedly created many of the suspicions
which were to feed the coming madness”?
a. The edge of the wilderness was close by.
b. The parochial snobbery of these people was partly responsible for their failure to
convert the Indians.
c. This predilection for minding other people’s business was time-honored among the
people of Salem.
d. Which is not to say that nothing broke into this strict and somber way of life.
2) What did the people of Salem believe about the forest?

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a. It was the source of all good and plenty
b. It was the home base of the Devil
c. It was simply a treasure of products to be sent back to England
d. It provided fowl for the people to eat
3) What does Miller say in the Overture was the witch-hunt an opportunity for?
a. A chance to confess guilt through accusations against others
b. A chance to root out all evil
c. A chance to show the faults of theology
d. A chance to attack the supernatural
4) Reverend Parris had all of the following reactions to his daughter’s sickness and
dancing in the woods EXCEPT:
a. Worry about his job
b. His reputation
c. Accepting his daughter’s dancing as natural
d. Worry for his daughter
5) What disagreement does Thomas Putnam have with Giles Corey?
a. Land distribution
b. A marriage contract between daughter and son
c. Religion

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Surname 1 Prepared by (Your Name) Submitted to (Your teacher Name Course Number Date The Crucible Act 1 Quiz Salem Witch Trials was viewed to be a progression of witchcraft cases acquired before nearby justices a settlement called Salem which was a piece of the Massachusetts Bay province in the seventeenth century. Salem Witch Trials was an exemplary case of scapegoating. Dread joined with a "trigger," an awful or distressing occasion, is the thing that frequently prompts scapegoating. Dread of the Devil, and witches who did his offering, was genuine in Salem at the time. To achieve the aim of the paper it responds to the following multiple question: 1) What does Miller say in the Overture “undoubtedly created many of the suspicions which were to feed the coming madness”? a. The edge of the wilderness was close by. b. The parochial snobbery of these people was partly responsible for their failure to convert the Indians. c. This predilection for minding other people’s business was time-honored among the people of Salem. d. Which is not to say that nothing broke into this strict and somber way of life. 2) What did the people of Salem believe about the forest? Surname 2 a. It was the source of all good and plenty b. It was the home base of the Devil c. It was simply a treasure of products to be sent back to England d. It provided fowl for the people to eat 3) What does Miller say in the Overture was the witch-hunt an opportunity for? a. A chance to confess guilt throug ...
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