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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. Whom does Lucifer assume the killer is?
2. Why is Phyllida Tallent present at Horatio Welham's manor on the day of the murder?
3. Why is Lucifer invited to tea?
4. Who sneaks into Horatio Welham's house in search of something?
5. What happens to Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer on the way back to the grange?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lucifer keeps the information from Sir Jasper about Phyllida Tallent's presence at the manor ?
2. Describe Silas Coombe.
3. Describe what happens at tea at Sir Jasper's place.
4. Why is Covey important for Lucifer?
5. What happens to Phyllida Tallent when Lucifer runs into her in the woods?
6. Why does Lucifer travel to his friend and mentor's house in Colyton?
7. What is the promise that Phyllida Tallent does not want to break?
8. What are Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer's feelings towards each other as seen in chapter three?
9. What is Phyllida Tallent trying to make Mary Anne understand when they are at the party thrown by Lady Huddlesford?
10. Name the new characters introduced in Chapter three and their relationship to other characters.
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
Give a detailed account of the writing technique used by the author to describe how Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent carry out the murder investigation. Why does the author present it in this fashion? Does this writing technique add or take away from the story? Support your response with specific references to the novel.
Essay Topic 3
The men in "All about love" are powerful men in all senses of the world - physically and mentally, sexually and socially. Explain.
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