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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 Molly?
(a) Covey's wife.
(b) Cedric Fortemain's seamstress.
(c) Appleby's seamstress.
(d) Hemmings' wife.
2. Where exactly is the place where the character is attacked in Chapter 11?
(a) Behind the manor.
(b) Behind the church.
(c) At the grange.
(d) In the garden at the manor.
3. What does Lucifer see when he visits the burned cottage?
(a) The hoof prints.
(b) The ring.
(c) The letter.
(d) The hat.
4. Why is Phyllida Tallent moved to the manor to stay as Lucifer's guest?
(a) So she is safe.
(b) So she can be used as a bait to catch the murderer.
(c) So she can help with the book collection.
(d) So she can see the murderer.
5. Who throws a ball at Ballyclose Manor?
(a) Jocasta Smollet.
(b) Phyllida Tallent.
(c) Lady Ballyclose.
(d) Lady Fortemain.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Phyllida Tallent get very angry when at the church?
2. What do Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer learn after they confront the character with the hat?
3. What does Lucifer realize after seeing what he sees at the burned cottage?
4. Why does this character dress in men's clothes?
5. Which character is attacked in chapter 11?
Short Essay Questions
1. What aspect of Phyllida Tallent's personality do readers see emerging in chapter 13?
2. How do the hoof prints help further the investigation?
3. How and where does Lucifer confront Phyllida Tallent in Chapter 12?
4. Where is Phyllida Tallent attacked as seen in chapter 15?
5. Where and why does Silas Coombe assault Phyllida Tallent ?
6. Describe how Phyllida Tallent is attacked when she goes behind the church.
7. What is known of the attacker after he attacks Phyllida Tallent?
8. What does Phyllida Tallent feel about Lucifer confronting her?
9. While at the manor taking inventory, what is the idea that Flick has?
10. How does Appleby meet his death?
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