Table of Contents
- 1 Who is the richest man in the village in the crucible?
- 2 Who is the richest man in the village who can afford to buy the land forfeited by George Jacobs?
- 3 Who is the only person with enough money to buy Jacob’s land?
- 4 Who is Reverend Parris daughter?
- 5 Who is the stubborn Salem judge in the crucible?
- 6 How much land did their neighbor Mr Jacobs own?
- 7 Which character was not involved in any actual witchcraft during the night before the play begins?
- 8 Who wrote Giles deposition?
Who is the richest man in the village in the crucible?
The Crucible Characters
|Son of the richest man in the village||Mr. Putnam|
|the Proctor’s girl servant||Mary|
|the Putnam’s girl servant||Mercy|
|the man who accused his wife because she reads a great deal||Giles Corey|
Who is the richest man in the village who can afford to buy the land forfeited by George Jacobs?
The Crucible Final
|Who is the richest man in the village who can afford to buy the land forfeited by George Jacobs if Jacobs hangs as a witch||Putnam|
|What does Judge Hathorne ask Mary Warren to do in court that she cannot do||Pretend to faint.|
Who is one of the wealthiest landowners in Salem who believes he does not receive the accord he deserves?
Putnam is a bitter man who feels that the citizens of Salem have not given him the respect that he and his family deserve. He seeks to gain respect and revenge by increasing his wealth, landholdings, and influence however he can.
Who is the only person with enough money to buy Jacob’s land?
In Act 3, Giles Corey alleges that he’s heard that Ruth Putnam accused George Jacobs of witchcraft because convicted witches forfeit their property, and the only person who has enough money to buy up that property just so happens to be Ruth’s father, Thomas Putnam (p. 89):
Who is Reverend Parris daughter?
The events which led to the Salem witch trials began when Parris’ daughter, Betty, and her cousin, Abigail Williams, accused Parris’ slave Tituba of witchcraft.
Who was the most respected woman in Salem?
Joh Proctor’s wife. Kindest, most respected woman in Salem. Lost seven babies within a year of their births. Send her only living child to Tituba to conjure spirits of dead siblings.
Who is the stubborn Salem judge in the crucible?
Governor Danforth represents rigidity and an over-adherence to the law in The Crucible. Danforth is clearly an intelligent man, highly respected and successful. He arrives in Salem to oversee the trials of the accused witches with a serene sense of his own ability to judge fairly.
How much land did their neighbor Mr Jacobs own?
Mr. Jacobs is the Putnams’ neighbor, who owns 600 acres next to their property. After Martha Corey is arrested, Giles Corey storms into the court, hoping to prove that the girls are lying, pretending to see spirits.
Is Reverend Hale a hypocrite?
All of the characters that had integrity also acted hypocritically, like John Proctor, Rev. Hale, and Elizabeth Proctor. For example, Reverend Hale claimed to have integrity, but at was very hypocritical. He was in Salem to see if there was any witchcraft in Salem and he had witnessed the girls confessing.
Which character was not involved in any actual witchcraft during the night before the play begins?
Reverend Parris is frantic to make sure and confirm that Betty has a normal sickness and has not been involved with witchcraft.
Who wrote Giles deposition?
#94 Thomas L. Moore (lawyer who wrote Giles’ will and a previous one that failed to emancipate his slaves) deposition: “A distant relative and an old acquaintance” of 40 years, whose house Giles would sometimes visit, as it was on the way between his home and Warrenton.
Who is Ann Putnam married to?
In the 1953 play, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, Thomas Putnam is married to Ann Putnam, and together have a daughter, Ruth Putnam, who is afflicted with a grave illness, similar to that of Betty Parris. They both have lost seven children in childbirth, and pointed to witchcraft as the cause of it.