All My Sons By Arthur Miller: Summary & Characters


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1. What crime is Steve Deever imprisoned for?

2. Who kills themself at the end of the play?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These learning assessments will test you on Arthur Miller's famous play, All My Sons. You'll be quizzed on the story's major and minor characters, and you'll answer questions about the main plot points of the play.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz and worksheet will help you review:

  • The summaries of the play's three acts
  • The relationships between the story's main characters
  • The story's central conflicts

Skills Practiced

These assessments will quiz you on the following skills:

  • Defining key concepts - know the major and minor characters as well as the major plot points of the play
  • Reading comprehension - draw the most important information from the accompanying lesson on All My Sons
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about All My Sons

Additional Learning

To learn more about All My Sons, watch the accompanying lesson on Arthur Miller's All My Sons. The lesson covers the following concepts:

  • Know in what year All My Sons was written
  • Summarize the play's three acts
  • Learn how the play's main characters relate to each other