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Midterm Review: Final Details What is a thesis statement? Where does a thesis statement belong in an essay? What does it mean when someone says a thesis must be “extractable”? For The Crucible, answer the following questions: 1. Who is sick at the beginning of the play? 2. What is Martha Corey accused of? 3. When Proctor says, “I have known her,” what does he mean? 4. What is mass hysteria? 5. What is the setting of the play? 6. Provide an example that explains how Reverend Parris is a liar. 7. Explain the position of women in society during the time the play takes place. 8. How is Abigail related to Parris? 9. What is Parris most concerned with when his daughter becomes ill? 10. Only one piece of physical evidence is used in the play. What is it, and who is it used against?
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Unformatted text preview: 11. What happens to Giles Corey at the end of play? 12. What other era in American History does The Crucible relate to? 13. Which commandment did Proctor forget? 14. Which character says, “…the girl is murder! She must be ripped out of the world! Midterm Review: “World on the Turtle’s Back” Complete all of the following in your notebook to review the story: • Define “creation myth” • Write a ten sentence summary of the story • Define, and give an example of “cause/effect relationship” • Answer the following questions: 1. What does the author use to portray the concept of balance in the story? 2. What role do animals play in the story? 3. Who is given credit for getting the earth to grow?...
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