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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 does Eleanor dislike her sister for?
(a) Not allowing her to take the car
(b) Not allowing her to have a new suitcase
(c) Not helping with her mother
(d) Not giving her a room of her own
2. What is significant about Theo's calling the shadow a rabbit?
(a) Theo has a pet rabbit, so the comparison makes her feel better.
(b) Theo saw a rabbit seconds before the shadow, confusing the two.
(c) Theo likes rabbits.
(d) Theo thinks of Eleanor as a rabbit, ripe to be manipulated.
3. What warning did Dr. Montague receive about Hill House?
(a) To never stay overnight
(b) To take a gun when visiting
(c) To only go there with a psychic
(d) To stay away
4. How long have the Dudleys worked at Hill House?
(a) Since the Sandersons took possession
(b) Since the death of Mr. Crain
(c) Since their childhoods
(d) Since the last tenants left
5. What does Eleanor do on the ride to Hill House?
(a) Daydreams of a better life
(b) Talks to her dead mother
(c) Sings along to the radio
(d) Imagines life at Hill House
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the aunt say about Luke?
2. Why does Luke's aunt send him to stay with Dr. Montague at Hill House?
3. How does Luke introduce himself?
4. Why does Theo make jokes with Eleanor?
5. What words come to Eleanor's mind when she sees Hill House?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Eleanor steal her car from her sister?
2. What room is guarded by a cold spot?
3. How does Dr. Montague treat Luke Sanderson?
4. Who is the first person Eleanor meets at Hill House?
5. What does Dr. Montague say he expects of his assistants during the summer?
6. What did Eleanor purchase specifically for this trip to Hill House?
7. What is Eleanor's first impression of the house?
8. Who is Theodora?
9. Who is Dr. Montague?
10. From whom did Dr. Montague hear about Hill House?
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