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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. Of all the characters giving alibis, which character's alibi deserves special attention?
(a) Cedric Fortemain.
(c) Mr. Crabbs.
(d) Mary Anne.
2. Who is Percy?
(a) Phyllida Tallent's brother.
(b) Phyllida Tallent's cousin.
(c) Lucifer's brother.
(d) Lucifer's cousin.
3. What is the main reason Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent travel to the east?
(a) To make sure that no stranger rode in from that direction on the day of the murder.
(b) To meet some locals.
(c) To go on a picnic.
(d) To take a walk.
4. Why is Lucifer invited to tea?
(a) To be questioned about Horatio Welham's murder.
(b) To be questioned about a letter.
(c) To be questioned about his background.
(d) To be questioned about his visit to Colyton.
5. What is the name of the town where Covey is visiting?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who sneaks into Horatio Welham's house in search of something?
2. What is Lucifer busy doing at the party?
3. Who refers to Phyllida Tallent as their "treasure"?
4. Who is the character of Phyllida Tallent?
5. Who is sent to jail as the suspected murderer?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Phyllida Tallent's feelings towards Lucifer as seen towards the end of chapter two.
2. How does Lucifer know that Phyllida Tallent is present at the manor and at the murder spot when he is unconscious?
3. Who is the character of Lucifer as seen in chapter one of the novel?
4. What are Lucifer's feelings towards Phyllida Tallent as seen at the end of Chapter seven?
5. What is the surprise given to Lucifer while at Horatio Welham's funeral?
6. What happens to Lucifer towards the end chapter one?
7. Describe what happens between Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent in the setting of the shrubbery.
8. What is the promise that Phyllida Tallent does not want to break?
9. Why is Covey important for Lucifer?
10. Why does Phyllida Tallent suspect Silas Coombe to kill Horatio Welham?
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