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CollectionsGrade 11 Guiding QuestionsCollection 6The Crucibleby Arthur Miller ACT TWORead the drama The Crucibleby Arthur Miller. Then, reread the lines indicated with each question below. Answer each question, citing text evidence.1.Lines 1–42: Come up with words and short phrases to describe the way Elizabeth responds to Proctor. What does her dialogue reveal about her feelings towards Proctor in the beginning of this scene? Cite a specific stage direction to support your answer.2.Lines 22–26: Review Proctor’s line of dialogue in line 22. What does he mean that the rabbit walking in “is a good sign”? What does this reveal about his character? Review Elizabeth’s response in lines 24–25. What does her dialogue reveal about her character? 3.Lines 101–112: How does Mary becoming an official of the court qualify as a plot complication?
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