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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which old classmate of Harriet's is an archaeologist?
(a) Vera Mollison.
(b) Dorothy Collins.
(c) Mary Stokes.
(d) Phoebe Tucker.
2. Whom does Harriet find lying on the ground drunk in the middle of the night?
(b) Miss de Vine.
(c) Miss Cattermole.
(d) Miss Flaxman.
3. At the end of the Gaudy, what does Harriet find with the cigarette case in her gown?
(a) A match.
(b) A note calling her a murderess.
(c) A picture of the gallows.
(d) A note telling her to leave Shrewsbury College.
4. Whom does Miss Hillyard accuse of the acts of vandalism?
(a) A faculty member.
(b) A man.
(c) A scout.
(d) A student.
5. To what does Saint-George invite Harriet after their first meeting?
(c) A Mayday festival.
(d) The theatre.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tells Harriet about being accosted by a person who might be the poltergeist?
2. Harriet and the Dean discuss the absence of what in the malevolent notes?
3. When does Harriet notice a suspicious light on in the New Library?
4. Besides Jukes and his family, who is in the house when it is raided?
5. Where does Harriet send Pomfret the morning after she meets him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Harriet find it difficult to write to Peter after visiting Saint-George in the hospital?
2. Why does Harriet accuse Miss Hillyard of smashing her chess set?
3. What does Harriet learn from Arbuthnot about Peter?
4. What drives Miss Newland to madness?
5. Does Harriet learn anything about the poltergeist from the night when the fuses were removed?
6. How do Harriet and Peter examine the science lab?
7. Why does the hanging figure incident clear Miss Cattermole's name?
8. How does Peter suggest that Harriet alter her novel?
9. What is significant about April 1st?
10. What does Peter say about the mystery when Harriet shows him her notes at the river?
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