The Crucible By Arthur Miller CHARACTERS Introductory Information Written by Arthur Miller In 1953 A fictional recreation of the Salem Witch Trials, their origins, and a psychological investigation of the act of persecution and
McCarthyism. Main Characters of The Crucible Characte r Physical Descriptio n Personalit y Traits
Action s Motivation s Opinion Reverend Parris Mid-40s Widower with children
Not a bad father, just did not understand children Lacked control in his household Paranoid and self-pitying Concerned with what others think of him Power-hungry Disliked by parishioners Hostile Betty Parris
10 year old daughter of Reverend Parris Falls into stupor After father caught her dancing in the woods Her illness sparks rumors of witchcraft Abigail Williams Orphaned
Niece of Rev. Parris Strikingly beautiful Smart and cunning Dissembling Hides true feelings and motives Vindictive Mysterious rumors about her purity Leader of the group
Tituba Rev. Parriss slave From Barbados Cares about the children Is the first accused of witchcraft Confesses and Repents!
John Proctor Mid 30s Successful farmer Even-tempered and easy going Thinks for himself Often seen as a loner
Respected in Salem Logical and tolerant Sees himself as a sinner Elizabeth Proctor John Proctors wife Sickly Virtuous Cold Eager to please her
husband Timid Avoids conflict Often sad Mary Warren 18 years old Proctors servant
Lonely Easily influenced by others Worried Thomas Putnam 50 years old Eldest son of richest man in Salem Wealthy Landowner
Fights with others over land Greedy Nosy Jumps to conclusions Vindictive
Little concern for others Ann Putnam 45 years old Thomas wife Haunted and twisted soul
Lost 7 infants Blames others for misfortunes Nosy Ruth Putnam Thomas and Anns daughter Only surviving
daughter Falls into stranger stupor After Rev. Parris found dancing in woods Like her soul was taken
Mercy Lewis 18 years old Girl in Abigails group Fat Sly and merciless Apathetic Beat Ruth when ill Francis Nurse Respected in the town
Serves as unofficial judge for disputes Self-made man Resented by others Target of jealousy Enemy of Thomas Putnam
Rebecca Nurse 72 years old Francis wife Gentle, caretaker Calm and strong Experienced Believes sickness just boredom of teenage girls
Reasonable Wants peace and tolerance in Salem Giles Corey 83 years old Comical Hero Blamed for everything Deeply innocent Ignorant and
uneducated Martha Corey Giles third wife Enjoys reading Leads to her accusation of witchcraft Reverend John Hale 40 years old from Beverly Specialist in demonology
Intellectual Reserves judgment His arrival sets the hysteria in motion Ezekiel Cheever Clerk of the court Upright citizen Determine to perform duty for court
Deputy Governor Danforth 60 years old Grave Allows humor Still business-like Great respect for court Honest True Puritan Believes he is doing what is right Sense of Justice
Judge Hathorne Presides over the witch trials Rushes to judgment Impatient Partial and unfair PowerPoint Presentation taken from nche2.wikispaces.com/Characters+PowerPoint+c
Working Group Kick-Off Meeting ... and Range Technology Development Initiative Al Sofge NASA Headquarters Developing a Common Spaceport Strategy Roy Bridges Center Director Kennedy Space Center 2nd and 3rd Generation RLV Update Steve Cook Marshall Space Flight Center ASTWG Draft...
Market targeting consists of evaluating each market segment's attractiveness and selecting one or more market segments to enter. In the final two steps, the company decides on a value proposition. Differentiation involves actually differentiating the firm's market offering to create...
Wedge Clay. Form into ball. Roll ball and make very smooth. Push your thumb into the ball of clay to form a pinch pot. Turn punch pot on its side. Shape mouth opening based on what your purpose will be...
mechanical disadvantagethird class lever. Where the load arm is greater than the effort arm, a large effort is required to move a relatively small load. Bicep curl/ straight arm raise. Mechanical advantage . E. l. E. Can increase velocity and...
* Tutorial on Event Detection Part II: Spatial Event Detection Daniel B. Neill Carnegie Mellon University H.J. Heinz III College [email protected] This work was partially supported by NSF grant IIS-0325581 and CDC grant 8-R01-HK000020-02. * Outline of this part Introduction...
The images above are of a purple individual who was fed Mytilus californianus. In the photo on the left the lower arms appear to have a slightly different color and texture. This difference has been attributed to the extension of...
Homework continued.. Science- Each week we will cover two lessons. The reading and quizzes for these lessons are due every Monday. Vocabulary for each lesson will be recorded in their STEM notebooks and tested during Monday's quizzes.
a math question that asks you to write your answer. Let's look at an example! How will I be scored? ... explanation makes sense (if included), the student doesn't really get the concept. 1: one of the parts answered correctly,...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!