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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. Where is the old valuable item that the murderer is looking for hidden?
(a) In the cover of Aesop's fables.
(b) In the traveling desk.
(c) In the outbuildings of the manor.
(d) In one of the closets at the manor.
2. Which of the following characters dresses in men's clothes?
(a) Jocasta Smollet.
(b) Mary Anne.
(c) Lady Ballyclose.
(d) Phyllida Tallent.
3. Who is Molly?
(a) Covey's wife.
(b) Hemmings' wife.
(c) Cedric Fortemain's seamstress.
(d) Appleby's seamstress.
4. How many times do the attacks take place up until chapter 11 in the novel?
(a) Three times.
(b) Two times.
(c) Four times.
(d) Only once.
5. Whom does Phyllida Tallent confront after getting the hat?
(a) Silas Coombe.
(b) Cedric Fortemain.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom does Lucifer suspect when he receives a packet from one of the characters?
2. Which of the following ladies is seen by Phyllida Tallent, Lucifer and Covey having an affair ?
3. What does Covey find at the grange?
4. Why does this character dress in men's clothes?
5. Who works for the Fortemain's?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are both Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer doing at the ball thrown at Ballyclose manor?
2. Why does Cedric Fortemain look like one of the suspects to Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer?
3. What is known of the attacker after he attacks Phyllida Tallent?
4. What is the role played by Lucifer in chapter 17?
5. What is the importance of the Aesop's Fables?
6. What is the tactic Lucifer tries at the dance party to get Phyllida Tallent to tell him everything about the murder day?
7. While at the manor taking inventory, what is the idea that Flick has?
8. Where and why does Silas Coombe assault Phyllida Tallent ?
9. When and where is Phyllida Tallent attacked in chapter 17?
10. What is the transformation in the relationship of Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer?
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