Table of Contents
- 1 What is the dramatic irony in the crucible Act 1?
- 2 What does the line Oh Elizabeth Your justice would freeze beer mean?
- 3 What does the quote indicate about John Proctor’s character?
- 4 What does Elizabeth do that is an example of irony?
- 5 What does Elizabeth have that will freeze beer?
- 6 Who said sweat like a stallion when I come near you?
- 7 Why do people say you’re doing great?
- 8 Do you think you’re doing great in life?
- 9 How to bring out the greatness in others?
What is the dramatic irony in the crucible Act 1?
Dramatic Irony: Paris doesn’t see his own poor character, and Hale assumes that he is the best person in Salem, even though this is far from true. Tituba: “rocking and weeping: aye, sir, and Goody Osbourn.” Situational Irony: Tituba confesses to seeing Goody Osbourn working with the Devil.
What does the line Oh Elizabeth Your justice would freeze beer mean?
“Oh, Elizabeth, your justice would freeze beer.” Why do they say it? John says this because after such a long time she still doesn’t believe him and it means that she is so cold that her justice could freeze beer. Because it takes such a cold temperature to freeze beer.
What is ironic about Parris statement we are here precisely to discover what no one has ever seen?
“We are here, Your Honor, precisely to discover what no one has ever seen.” Parris speaking to Danforth. He is speaking about the poppet that Elizabeth supposedly has hidden away, but he is also speaking about the invisible crime of witchcraft. Shows the ridiculousness.
What does the quote indicate about John Proctor’s character?
What does this say about his character? This quote shows a lot about John Proctor’s character. He is a man who has done some sinful things, but he is truly trying to better himself in his own eyes and the lord’s.
What does Elizabeth do that is an example of irony?
Dramatic Irony: Elizabeth denies that her husband committed adultery to try to protect him but she doesn’t know that he already confessed to it. Then she is taken away because she lied in court and John tells her he had already confessed as she is being taken out. This is ironic because he had an affair with Abigail.
Why does Elizabeth Lie What is ironic about Elizabeth’s lie?
Why is it ironic that Elizabeth lied to the court about her husband’s adultery? Because John had already confessed and he said that she had never lied. It also could have ended all of the trials is she had told the truth.
What does Elizabeth have that will freeze beer?
John’s statement that Elizabeth’s “justice would freeze beer” means that her justice contains no warmth; it is cold. This is because alcohol doesn’t freeze at the same temperature as water. Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, but pure alcohol doesn’t freeze until it hits -173 Fahrenheit.
Who said sweat like a stallion when I come near you?
Act I: The Entrance of John Proctor to the Entrance of Reverend Hale. I know how you clutched my back behind your house and sweated like a stallion whenever I come near!
What is the irony in Danforth’s statement?
It is ironic that Danforth tells Francis that he has not harmed his neighbors if they are “of good conscience.” Danforth’s statement is completely false because innocent people “of good conscience” are being forced to confess to crimes they did not commit in order to save their lives.
Why do people say you’re doing great?
The phrase, “you’re doing great,” is so important for them to hear. A compliment is more than simple positive reinforcement or pure psychological conditioning. It is a way of encouraging the child to keep going and keep trying, boosting their self-esteem, confidence, and sense of security.
Do you think you’re doing great in life?
You’re doing great. It doesn’t matter what people say or what they think. Don’t worry about what people think of the decisions you’ve made and what you’ve left behind. You have your own way of doing things, your own style, passion, and charisma. Everything will be fine. Though you may have doubts sometimes, understand that life is a process.
How do you see the world as a whole?
A place filled with hate, sadness, and intolerance. Where people who are different from what is considered “normal” do not feel safe. I do not blame them for feeling that way. If you are different in any way people judge you and some even hate you for being different. They do not like that you are not like them.
How to bring out the greatness in others?
Start bringing out the greatness in you and in others. Here are 27 powerful quotes to encourage you to take action–right now: 1. “Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.” –William Shakespeare 2. “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions.