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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 is the item left at the murder scene?
2. Who is the character of Lucifer?
3. Of all the characters giving alibis, which character's alibi deserves special attention?
4. Who among the following men attended the church service on Sunday?
5. What are Phyllida Tallent's feelings towards Lucifer as seen in chapter two?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the character of Lucifer as seen in chapter one of the novel?
2. What are Lucifer's feelings towards Phyllida Tallent as seen at the end of Chapter seven?
3. Describe what happens between Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent in the setting of the shrubbery.
4. Describe Phyllida Tallent's feelings towards Lucifer as seen towards the end of chapter two.
5. What is Phyllida Tallent trying to make Mary Anne understand when they are at the party thrown by Lady Huddlesford?
6. What is the information information that Lucifer keeps to himself?
7. Why does Phyllida Tallent suspect Silas Coombe to kill Horatio Welham?
8. What is the symbolism of the garden at the manor?
9. What is the reason Phyllida Tallent is going to the woods late into the night?
10. Why is Lucifer delighted to see Phyllida Tallent at the church?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In spite of having so many suitors, why does Phyllida Tallent not find marriage and love appealing? What are the instances which show readers how independent she is and in control of things?
Essay Topic 2
What are the factors responsible for the shift in Lucifer's thought process - from being a character who wants to avoid marriage to becoming a character who eventually falls in love and settles down.
Essay Topic 3
Is the "All About Love" a unified novel? If so, where does the unity lie? In the plot, in the characters, the setting, the theme, the style or the mood?
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