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The Crucible act 2
Transcript of The Crucible act 2
How does Giles's speech remind us of
Miller's opening exposition?
Consider the punctuation of in Mary Warren's
speech - what does it suggest?
What significance does the exchange between Elizabeth and John on pages 60 -61 have?
STRUCTURALLY - the row forebodes the imminent arrest
DRAMATICALLY - The entrance of Rev. Hale interrupts the row and ends the discussion.
Pages 62 -64
Look closely at John Proctor's speech in this
section - what does it reveal about his character?
HOW DOES MILLER CREATE TENSION IN ACT TWO?
Recap of the opening
Describe the relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor
Discuss how Miller uses names in the play so far - who is called by their first name or surname? Why is this do you think?
Both characters punctuate their speech with religious rhetoric - can you find examples? What does this show about their character?
Why is Elizabeth still concerned about Abigail?
Pick an example of Miller's stage directions that you feel are important in conveying the relationship.
What do we learn about Mary in this opening?
How many women have now been arrested?
How does Mary establish authority?
HOW IS HALE CHANGED? WHAT DOES THIS SUGGEST?
HOW DOES MILLER BUILD TENSION HERE?
WHAT ARE WE ANTICIPATING?
How are Elizabeth and John established
as PROTAGONISTS? Link to McC?
Remember the RHETORIC EXERCISE.
IS PROCTOR A GOOD MAN?
What is Proctor's attitude to religion?
Identify elements of rhetoric
Difference between Hale and Proctor's language?