Giles Corey accuses Thomas Putnam of
a) using the witchcraft trials to steal land,
b) attempting to overthrow the court,
c) condemning his wife for reading books,
d) inciting rebellion in the community.
Danforth informs Proctor that there is no need to present his evidence because
a) Elizabeth is already condemned as a witch,
b) Proctor’s evidence would be biased,
c) Elizabeth will not hand if she is pregnant,
d) Proctor is also accused of witchcraft.
The central theme of The Crucible is
a) man’s inhumanity to man,
b) the danger of religious fanatics,
c) individual freedom vs inflexible authoritarian rule,
d) the sacredness of the Constitution and due process of law.