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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. Who asks Peter if he is comfortable in his occupation of catching murderers?
(a) Miss Hillyard.
(b) Miss Barton.
(c) Miss Martin.
2. How long does Peter sleep while Harriet watches boats on the river?
(a) One hour.
(b) Four hours.
(c) Twenty minutes.
(d) Two hours.
3. Whom does the Dean call an incredibly beautiful young man?
4. Why does Peter take Harriet to an isolated field?
(a) To discuss the case in private.
(b) To have a picnic.
(c) To teach her self-defense.
(d) To propose to her.
5. As Peter and Harriet prepare to take coffee in the Senior Common Room, what does Peter ask Harriet to do?
(a) Stay silent and let him do the talking.
(b) Bring up the murder.
(c) Speak the truth and stick to the point.
(d) Introduce him to the ladies.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Harriet find smashed in her room?
2. When Peter returns from York, whom does he tell Harriet he was looking for?
3. What does Harriet tell the dean she feels like before Peter dines with them?
4. Whom does Peter believe will be the most likely targets of the culprit's next attack?
5. Who comes upon Pomfret confessing his love to Harriet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the result of the search party for Miss Newland?
2. Why does Harriet not return to Shrewsbury as soon as the Warden's maid calls her?
3. How do Peter and Harriet spend their day together after he returns from York?
4. What do the women discuss with Peter over coffee?
5. How does Harriet respond to Pomfret's avowal of devotion?
6. Describe Peter and Pomfret's first and second meetings.
7. What does Pomfret accuse Harriet of when he meets her in Chapter 12?
8. Why does Peter not tell the Warden the name of his suspect?
9. Why does Harriet accuse Miss Hillyard of smashing her chess set?
10. How do Harriet and Peter spend the afternoon of his first day in Oxford?
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