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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 Phyllida Tallent doing at the party in Chapter four?
2. What is the one thing that Lucifer takes note of with regards to Phyllida Tallent when they are out with each other?
3. How does the intruder get inside the manor?
4. On the night of the funeral whom does Lucifer see going into the woods?
5. Where does Lucifer leave the letter Horatio Welham writes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the transformation in the relationship of Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer?
2. What is the tactic Lucifer tries at the dance party to get Phyllida Tallent to tell him everything about the murder day?
3. Why is Phyllida confused about her relationship with Lucifer as seen in chapter 18?
4. What is the shift in Lucifer's idea of love and marriage as seen in chapters eight and nine?
5. Why does Phyllida Tallent confront Cedric Fortemain at Ballyclose manor?
6. What is Phyllida Tallent trying to make Mary Anne understand when they are at the party thrown by Lady Huddlesford?
7. Name the new characters introduced in Chapter three and their relationship to other characters.
8. How do the hoof prints help further the investigation?
9. Why does Lucifer keeps the information from Sir Jasper about Phyllida Tallent's presence at the manor ?
10. What is the similarity between Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Lucifer, the hero, is seen as a pursuer. Explain with examples how Lucifer is the pursuer.
Essay Topic 2
What kind of relationships do the readers see between the characters of the novel? Are the relationships strained, good, bad?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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