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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. Why does Lucifer write a letter to one of the characters?
2. Where does the person who leaves a note for Phyllida Tallent want to meet her?
3. Where does the murderer meet the entire town people?
4. What becomes of the relationship between Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer when Lucifer tells her that she will definitely marry him one day?
5. Where exactly is the place where the character is attacked in Chapter 11?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lucifer and Phyllida Tallent's relationship get back on track?
2. How does Appleby meet his death?
3. Why does Jocasta Smollet hate Phyllida Tallent?
4. What is the transformation in the relationship of Phyllida Tallent and Lucifer?
5. What aspect of Phyllida Tallent's personality do readers see emerging in chapter 13?
6. What can be said of the note written by the murderer?
7. Where and why does Silas Coombe assault Phyllida Tallent ?
8. What qualities of Phyllida Tallent does Lucifer seem to be impressed with when they are traveling north?
9. When and where is Phyllida Tallent attacked in chapter 17?
10. Describe how Phyllida Tallent is attacked when she goes behind the church.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The author makes use of "nature" throughout the novel. Can you site a few instances of how she draws a parallel between nature and her characters?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the different settings the author uses in the novel and the importance of each setting to the plot of the novel. For example, the setting of the church, the setting of the dance parties, etc.
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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