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  • Potpourri
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  • Characters
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  • Act I and II
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  • The Trials
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  • Act IV
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  • PotpourriCharacters Act I and II The Trials Act IV $100 $300 $200 $400 $500
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  • Topic 1 - $100 Said I denounce these proceedings. I quit this court!
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  • Topic 1 - $200 Elizabeth lies in order to
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  • Topic 1 - $300 Author of The Crucible
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  • Topic 1 - $400 Setting? Year and Place
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  • Topic 1 - $500 Name two material things Parris has asked for as minister.
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  • Topic 2- $100 Person who never told a lie
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  • Topic 2- $200 Last words were More weight
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  • Topic 2- $300 Person responsible for John Proctors arrest
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  • Topic 2- $400 Minister who started to believe Proctor
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  • Topic 2- $500 Wealthy landowner who was accused of reaching out for land
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  • Topic 3 - $100 The Puritans associated the forest with
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  • Topic 3 - $200 Tituba said the devil wanted her to do what to Mr. Parris?
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  • Topic 3 - $300 Why does Mrs. Putnam send Ruth to Tituba?
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  • Topic 3 - $400 Why does Proctor hesitate to go to Salem and tell the court his and Abigails conversation?
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  • Topic 3 - $500 What is Marys motive in giving the poppet to Elizabeth?
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  • Topic 4 - $100 What is Proctors main purpose in bringing Mary to court?
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  • Topic 4 - $200 Why does Mary Warren switch sides?
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  • Topic 4 - $300 Who has been charged with the supernatural murders of Goody Putnams babies?
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  • Topic 4 - $400 Why does Hale quit the court?
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  • Topic 4 - $500 What two things do the girls accuse Mary Warren of during the trials?
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  • Topic 5- $100 How does Giles die?
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  • Topic 5- $200 Why does Hale visit the prisoners?
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  • Topic 5- $300 Where is Abigail?
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  • Topic 5- $400 Why is Parris acting so strangely?
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  • Topic 5- $500 Why does John rip up his signed confession?
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  • Topic 1 - $100 Reverend Hale
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  • Topic 1 - $200 Protect Johns reputation
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  • Topic 1 - $300 Arthur Miller
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  • Topic 1 - $400 Salem, 1692
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  • Topic 1 - $500 Golden Candlesticks Deed to the House Firewood
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  • Topic 2 - $100 Elizabeth
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  • Topic 2 - $200 Giles
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  • Topic 2 - $300 Mary Warren
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  • Topic 2 - $400 Hale
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  • Topic 2 - $500 Putnam
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  • Topic 3 - $100 Evil
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  • Topic 3 - $200 Kill Mr. Parris
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  • Topic 3 - $300 Conjure dead babies
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  • Topic 3 - $400 They were alone no witnesses
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  • Topic 3 - $500 She gave her a gift to apologize for going to court every day
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  • Topic 4- $100 To save Elizabeths life
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  • Topic 4 - $200 To protect herself. She saw the judges believed the girls, and she was afraid.
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  • Topic 4 - $300 Rebecca Nurse
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  • Topic 4 - $400 He believes Proctor and thinks the girls are lying.
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  • Topic 4 - $500 Sending an icy wind and sending her spirit out as a yellow bird
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  • Topic 5 - $100 He was pressed to death by stones
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  • Topic 5 - $200 He is praying with the prisoners and trying to get them to confess.
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  • Topic 5 - $300 She ran away might be on a ship somewhere
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  • Topic 5 - $400 Hes afraid of a riot and that people are dissatisfied now that respectful people are about to hang.
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  • Topic 5 - $500 He doesnt want to ruin his name even more than he has. He doesnt want the whole town to see his confession.
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  • Literary Examples
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  • What are three main themes in the play?
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  • Loyalty and Commitment Intolerance Hysteria Reputation Moral Integrity Individual Rights versus Organized Authority

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