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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Jeopardy. Column A Minister’s Black Veil. Column B Grapes of Wrath/ Miscellany. Column F Characters and Authors. Column E Quote ID. Column C Genre. Column D Vocabulary. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300.

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Jeopardy


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Jeopardy

ColumnA

Minister’s Black Veil

ColumnB

Grapes of Wrath/ Miscellany

Column F

Characters and Authors

ColumnE

Quote ID

ColumnC

Genre

ColumnD

Vocabulary

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Rev. Hooper’s fiancée

A 100


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Elizabeth

A 100


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What does the calm physician symbolize in the story?

A 200


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Logic, reason

A 200


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Hawthorne’s view of human nature

A 300


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Bleak, pessimistic, thinks humans are essentially evil

A 300


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Reason the townspeople reacted so strongly to the veil

A 400


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It was a symbol of their own secret sins

A 400


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“Minister’s Black Veil” is a _________

A 500


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Parable

A 500


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Essentially optimistic author who believed that America was unstoppable

B 100


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Walt Whitman

B 100


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The Joads decide to move to California because…

B 200


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The bank was foreclosing on their property and forcing them to move

B 200


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Author who believed that we should live on the bare minimum necessary to survive

B 300


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Thoreau

B 300


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Reason Tom leaves his family at the peach farm

B 400


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He kills another man and must go into hiding

B 400


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As the Joads continue Westward, Ma’s primary concern once they reach California is this

B 500


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To build a suitable house and thus rebuild the family

B 500


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“On Self-Reliance”

C 100


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Transcendentalism

C 100


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“I Hear America Singing”

C 200


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Romanticism

C 200


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“The Devil and Tom Walker”

C 300


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Romanticism

C 300


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Place A Wager!

C 400


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“The Minister’s Black Veil”

C 400


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Anti-Transcendentalism

C 400


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“Tide Rises, Tide Falls”

C 500


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Romanticism

C 500


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Not showing proper respect or manners; bold or forward

D 100


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Impertinence

D 100


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Extreme greed for wealth or material gain

D 200


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Avarice

D 200


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Immoral or shady behavior

D 300


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Iniquity

D 300


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To wipe away or erase

D 400


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Efface

D 400


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To talk in an unrestrained and excited manner

D 500


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Effuse

D 500


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“Simplify, simplify, simplify”

E 100


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“Walden”

E 100


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“That he might not be taken unawares, therefore, it is said he always carried a small Bible in his coat pocket.”

E 200


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“Devil and Tom Walker”

E 200


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“There is an hour to come,” said he, “when all of us shall cast aside our veils.”

E 300


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“Minister’s Black Veil”

E 300


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“For every atom belonging to me as good as belongs to you.”

E 400


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“Song of Myself”

E 400


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“I am nothing; I see all; the currents of the Universal Being circulate through me…”

E 500


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“Nature”

E 500


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Minister that dons a veil in symbolism of his secret sins

F 100


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Reverend Hooper

F 100


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Author of “Song of Myself”

F 200


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Walt Whitman

F 200


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Man who sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for pirate treasure

F 300


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Tom Walker

F 300


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Author of “Walden”

F 400


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Henry David Thoreau

F 400


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“Psalm of Life” author

F 500


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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

F 500


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The Final Jeopardy Category is:

Theme

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Work whose primary theme promotes the great evil of the destruction of human dignity

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Grapes of Wrath

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