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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. How long does it take for the new items that Lucifer orders to arrive?
2. Why is Phyllida Tallent very angry when Lucifer meets her in the woods?
3. When Lucifer grabs Phyllida Tallent's wrist, what does he say to her?
4. Why is Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent not able to catch the prowler?
5. What is the main reason Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent travel to the east?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Lucifer changing all the locks for the manor?
2. What are Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer's feelings towards each other as seen in chapter three?
3. Name the new characters introduced in Chapter three and their relationship to other characters.
4. Describe Silas Coombe.
5. What is the information information that Lucifer keeps to himself?
6. What is the shift in Lucifer's idea of love and marriage as seen in chapters eight and nine?
7. Why does Lucifer travel to his friend and mentor's house in Colyton?
8. What does Phyllida Tallent's sexual experience with Lucifer make her realize about Mary Anne's promise of secrecy about her love letters?
9. What is the surprise given to Lucifer while at Horatio Welham's funeral?
10. Why is Covey important for Lucifer?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Lucifer manage to gain Phyllida Tallent's trust, meaning getting her to finally tell him all she knows about the murder day? What tactics does he use, and why/how are they affective in Phyllida in particular?
Essay Topic 2
What are the series of incidents that lead Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer to have their moments of passion? What do these incidents signify in the novel?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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