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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. What quote comes to Eleanor's mind when she reaches the front door?
(a) Journeys begin at the front door.
(b) Journeys begin with lover meeting.
(c) Journeys end at the iron knocker.
(d) Journeys end with lovers meeting.
2. What color is Eleanor's room?
3. Why does Eleanor refuse to leave Hill House before going inside?
(a) She does not want Mr. Dudley to laugh at her.
(b) She does not want to return to her sister's house.
(c) She does not want to disappoint Dr. Montague.
(d) She does not want to miss out on an adventure.
4. What happened to the last person who attempted to leave Hill House after dark?
(a) His horse bolted into a tree in a turn in the drive.
(b) The town thought he was insane and put him in the hospital.
(c) His car drove off a cliff.
(d) He lost his fortune in the stock market.
5. What happened at Eleanor's house when she was twelve?
(a) The house burned down.
(b) Rocks rained on the house.
(c) Her sister moved away.
(d) Her mother died.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the spiral staircase lead?
2. Why has Dr. Montague brought Theo to Hill House?
3. What does Eleanor think of Luke when they first meet?
4. With what does Eleanor deny having experiences?
5. When does Dr. Montague suggest Eleanor should leave the house?
Short Essay Questions
1. From whom did Dr. Montague hear about Hill House?
2. Why does Eleanor get annoyed with her new friends?
3. Who is Dr. Montague?
4. What is significant about Hill House?
5. What surprises Eleanor the next morning?
6. What quote comes to Eleanor's mind when she walks up to the front door the first time?
7. Why does Eleanor steal her car from her sister?
8. What does Dr. Montague say he expects of his assistants during the summer?
9. What does Theo encourage Eleanor to do more?
10. How does Luke act when he meets Eleanor and Theo?
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