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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Gabriel?
(a) Lucifer's brother.
(b) Phyllida Tallent's cousin.
(c) Phyllida Tallent's brother.
(d) Lucifer's cousin.
2. What is the name of the town where Covey is visiting?
3. Who finds Lucifer lying unconscious next to Horatio Welham's body?
(a) The locals.
(b) Phyllida Tallent.
(c) Horatio's gardener.
(d) Sir Jasper.
4. Why does Phyllida Tallent not tell Lucifer everything about the day of the murder?
(a) Because she is worried about getting into trouble.
(b) Because her father tells her not to.
(c) Because if she does, she will break her promise of secrecy to her friend.
(d) Because she does not trust Lucifer.
5. Where does Mary Anne store her love letters?
(a) In her grandmother's suitcase.
(b) In her grandmother's writing desk.
(c) In her grandmother's jewelery box.
(d) In her grandmother's traveling desk.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Covey?
2. Who is sent to jail as the suspected murderer?
3. Why is Phyllida Tallent not able to return to Horatio Welham's house?
4. What is the weapon used to murder one of the characters?
5. Who among the following men attended the church service on Sunday?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer's feelings towards each other as seen in chapter three?
2. How does Lucifer know that Phyllida Tallent is present at the manor and at the murder spot when he is unconscious?
3. Describe what happens when Lucifer visits Colyton and goes to Horatio Welham's manor.
4. What is the symbolism of the garden at the manor?
5. What are the series of incidents that take place at the manor after Lucifer finds the dead body of Horatio Welham?
6. What is the promise that Phyllida Tallent does not want to break?
7. After Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer's picnic, what is the author's use of "storm" stand for?
8. Why is Lucifer changing all the locks for the manor?
9. Name the new characters introduced in Chapter three and their relationship to other characters.
10. Describe Silas Coombe.
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