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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. What happens to make Holmes and Russell change their minds about which night they should go onto the moor to try to catch Ketteridge and Schiemann salting the gold?
2. What is used to sweeten the tea served at Elizabeth Chases's house?
3. Who is Mycroft?
4. What is the first thing Russell sees in the formal drawing room of Miss Baskerville's house?
5. How does Russell get word to Holmes that she's going to be late?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the Russell's meeting with Miss Baskerville.
2. What is the story Elizabeth Chase tells about the hedgehog?
3. What does Ketteridge say about his ability to keep his cook and what is Russell's response?
4. Briefly describe the conversation between Russell and the man who says that Elizabeth Chase wants to see her.
5. Describe the moment in which Russell's attitude about the moor changes?
6. What does Russell do to express her appreciation of Elizabeth Chase's ability to be a good witness and what is Elizabeth's reaction to Russell's action?:
7. What is Russell's dilemma when she gets back to Lew Trenchard after being at Baskerville Hall?
8. Describe how and why Russell's attitude toward Baring-Gould has changed by this point in the book.
9. How does Russell go about getting Pethering's body out of the lake?
10. What happens when Red shies soon after leaving Elizabeth Chase's house?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe Lew Trenchard. At one point, Russell returns to Lew Trenchard from Baskerville Hall and critically compares the two structures. She says there's something "off" about Baskerville Hall. Write a comparison of the two, using Russell's impressions and details from the story.
Essay Topic 2
What is Russell's impressions of Baring-Gould? What seem to be his impressions of her? Why are the two at odds? What happens to change their relationship?
Essay Topic 3
Mrs. Elliott is the cook for Baring-Gould but she is also fiercely protective of him. Describe actions on her part that indicate her protectiveness. What kind of person is she? What can be learned about her character from the scenes in which she appears? How important is her character?
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