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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer conclude after seeing the tracks?
2. What do Lucifer and Dodswell find at the spot where the character is shot at?
3. Who is Miss Sweetie?
4. Who among the following men attended the church service on Sunday?
5. Why is Covey important to Lucifer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Phyllida Tallent's sexual experience with Lucifer make her realize about Mary Anne's promise of secrecy about her love letters?
2. What happens to Phyllida Tallent at Lady Huddlesford's dinner party?
3. What is Phyllida Tallent trying to make Mary Anne understand when they are at the party thrown by Lady Huddlesford?
4. How does Lucifer know that Phyllida Tallent is present at the manor and at the murder spot when he is unconscious?
5. What is the clue Lucifer finds behind the shrubbery when he moves to the manor, helping him further the investigation?
6. What is the surprise given to Lucifer while at Horatio Welham's funeral?
7. What is the shift in Lucifer's idea of love and marriage as seen in chapters eight and nine?
8. What is the similarity between Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer?
9. Name the new characters introduced in Chapter three and their relationship to other characters.
10. What is the reason Phyllida Tallent is going to the woods late into the night?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Why does the author make use of social gatherings, for example, dance parties, to further the investigation? Is it possible to do without the social gatherings in the novel? When do the social gatherings taken place in the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay on how the world of this novel is a place where the rules of society, courtship and desire are often at odds.
Essay Topic 3
Lucifer, the hero, is seen as a pursuer. Explain with examples how Lucifer is the pursuer.
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