1. The Crucible is set in_______________________.
Tituba is from ____________.
When asked to recite the Ten Commandments, John forgets which one?
Making Graven Images
Remembering the Sabbath
Honoring your Father and Mother
Because Giles will not confess to witchcraft before he dies, his sons will
Live as outcasts
Inherit their father's farm
Be put on trial
At the time of the play, Salem Massachusetts’ system of government is
According to de Crevecoeur, what was the main reason why many Europeans were eager to leave the countries of their birth?
They resented the taxes they had to pay
They lived in poverty and were not respected as equal citizens
They resented being forced to farm land
They felt living in America would be an exciting adventure
What did de Crevecoeur believe was an effect of early America’s unique ethnic mix?
Americans did not have a single identity or loyalty to the new society
People enjoyed economic prosperity
People felt ethnic tension
People abandoned old prejudices and embraced new ideas
Who gave the speech in the Virginia Convention?
What was the purpose of the speech in the Virginia Convention?
to convince the Virginia Convention to seek peace with Great Britain
to identify the problems with the Stamp Act
to persuade the Virginia Convention that war was necessary for liberty
to entertain the convention with his brilliant rhetoric
The Fireside Poets were famous because they:
Wrote their poems while sitting around the fireplace
Wrote poems about fires
Wrote poems that families could read around the fireplace
Burned their poems in the fire if they didn’t like them
In Mrs. Hands’ favorite story from History, Abigail Adams helped her husband become re-elected as President of the United States using:
Phillis Wheatley wrote her letter to whom?
Of all things that might befall Emerson, what is the one calamity that nature could not repair?
The loss of his sense of sight
The loss of his sense of smell
The loss of his sense of touch
The loss of his sense of taste
According to Emerson, why do most people only superficially see the sun?
They only see the heat and light from the sun
They don’t look at the sun because their parents told them not to
They see the sun as God and not for what it truly is
They think the sun means life
How does Emerson describe a “lover of nature”?
Someone who lives outdoors
Someone who sees the world with their eyes as well as their spirit
Someone who recycles
Someone who hugs trees