18. What does Proctor mean when he says the following? "It is a providence, and no great change; we are only what we always were, but naked now."
A) Proctor is stating that those sentenced will be hanged without their clothing.
B) Proctor is admitting that nothing has changed, and they will all continue on as they have before.
C) Proctor is announcing that he's been stripped of his title and is no longer the minister of the village.
D) Proctor is now aware that there will be no more secrets, and everything will be made public.
b is the answerAuto answered|Score .9968|gabethetaco|Points 0|User:
What is the deal that Danforth tries to make with John Proctor?
A) The court will read his deposition if he acknowledges that he is a witch.
B) If he presents the deposition in open court, Danforth will hear it.
C) If he will drop charges, Danforth will not try Elizabeth for a year.
D) If John can get one hundred villagers to sign the deposition, Danforth will hear it.
The answer is C If he will drop charges, Danforth will not try ElizabethAuto answered|Score .6|itolduso|Points 7375|User:
What is comic relief?
A) A work of literature that makes fun of another piece through imitation
B) A short story that teaches a moral or lesson
C) A contradictory figure of speech
D) The inclusion of a comic episode or element to relieve the emotional tension of a difficult subject
D) The inclusion of a comic episode or element to relieve the emotional tension of a difficult subject Auto answered|Score 1|jher000|Points 2311|User:
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?
A) Deputy Governor Danforth
B) Giles Corey
C) Thomas Putnam
D) Ezekiel Cheever
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