Act 3 Quotes
  1. A
  2. B
  3. E
  4. B
  5. B
  6. F
  7. B
  8. C
  9. D
  10. B
  11. A
  12. C
  13. F
  14. H
  15. I
  16. F
  17. F
  18. C
  19. F
  20. C

SETTING
Courtroom

Plot Order
4
7
9
8
1
3
6
5
2
10

Predictions:
Answers will vary


Act 4: Review
Definitions are at top of test review sheet

Quotes
  1. D
  2. D
  3. A
  4. D
  5. C
  6. A
  7. C
  8. E
  9. B
  10. F
  11. E
  12. A
  13. D
  14. F
  15. F
  16. A
  17. F
  18. A
  19. C
  20. E


PLOT:
4
3
7
5
2
1
8
6


SETTING:
Jail


FOIL:
1. C
2. F

Predict:
Answers will vary

And for those CURIOUS: This is included at the end of the play when packaged as an independent text.

ECHOES DOWN THE CORRIDOR
Not long after the fever died, Parris was voted from office, walked out on the high road, and was never heard of again.
The legend has it that Abigail turned up later as a prostitute in Boston.
Twenty years after the last execution, the government awarded compensation to the victims still living, and to the families of the dead. However, it is evident that some people still were unwilling to admit their total guilt, and also that factionalism was still alive, for some beneficiaries were actually not victims at all, but informers.
Elizabeth Proctor married again, four years after Proctor’s death.
In solemn meeting, the congregation rescinded the excommunication—this in March 1712. But they did so upon orders of the government. The jury, however, wrote a statement praying forgiveness for all who had suffered.
Certain farms which had belonged to the victims were left to ruin, and for more than a century no one would buy them or live on them.
To all intent and purposes, the power of theocracy in Massachusetts was broken