11. Tiffany and Miss Treason go to the woods to observe the Dark Morris dance. Expressly forbidden to make a noise or move by Miss Treason, what did Tiffany do to garner the attention of the Wintersmith?
From Quiz The Dance of the Seasons
Answer: She joined in the dance
There are two kinds of Morris dance. The first is the traditional dance which welcomes summer, the dancers are dressed in white, wearing ribbons and bells. There are musicians and the Fool who dances between the dancers and entertains the crowd. The Dark Morris is to welcome the winter. It is danced under the moonlight sans musicians and Fool. The dancers are dressed in black and are silent except for their boots hitting the ground. Tiffany felt compelled to dance and this brought her to the Wintersmith's attention and sent the Summer Lady underground. As Granny Weatherwax says to Miss Tick:
"A witch who won't wear black. No, it's blue and green for her, like green grass under a blue sky. She calls to the strength of her hills, all the time. An' they calls to her! Hills that was once alive, Miss Tick! They feels the rhythm of the Dance, an' so in her bones does she, if she did but know it. And this shapes her life, even here! She could not help but tap her feet! The land taps its feet to the Dance of the Seasons!"