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How did Archibald Craven's wife die?

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Who helps Mary find the key to the secret garden?

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Mary thinks that Colin Craven is like:

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Misselthwaite Manor is located:

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Archibald Craven sends Mary a number of gifts. These DO NOT include:

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Mary thinks of her mother's dresses as being:

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Mary's mother does not leave India in time to escape the cholera because:

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Martha and her family give Mary:

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Dickon, Mary, and Colin learn their daily exercises from:

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Archibald Craven's wife was named:

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In one of Misselthwaite's many rooms, Mary finds a portrait of a girl who resembles herself. This girl is holding:

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Dickon's crow is named:

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Dickon's crow is named:

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When Mary first goes wandering through Misselthwaite Manor, she finds:

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Dickon is constantly accompanied by a menagerie of animals. These DO NOT include:

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The door to the secret garden has been locked for:

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The writing of The Secret Garden was partially motivated by Frances Hodgson Burnett's interest in:

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The Secret Garden was first published in:

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The boy who first calls Mary "Quite Contrary" is named:

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The first gardens which Mary explores at Misselthwaite are filled with:

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In the secret garden, Mary, Dickon, Colin, and Ben Weatherstaff sing a song together. It is called:

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Dickon is compared to:

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In the Yorkshire dialect that Dickon speaks, this word is used to mean "alive":

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When Colin grows up, he hopes to:

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Susan Sowerby compares the world to: