|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Elizabeth appear to feel about the atmosphere of the Club?
(a) She is fearful of the attention of so many single men.
(b) She is reassured by the local customs.
(c) She is reassured by the white faces and European habits.
(d) She is bored by the familiar customs.
2. The plot against Dr. Veraswami is to _____________________________.
(a) destroy his medical practice to make room for another doctor.
(b) drive him away from the Club.
(c) destroy his reputation and ruin him forever.
(d) have him arrested so that U Po Kyin could demand a bribe from him.
3. The Club is ______________________.
(a) a golf course outside of town.
(b) a pillared building in the center of town.
(c) a grand estate.
(d) a four-room wooden building.
4. Ba Sein brings a copy of __________________.
(a) The Rangoon Gazette.
(b) The London Times.
(c) The Burmese Patriot.
(d) The New York Times.
5. Fighting for the English was U Po Kyin's dream so that he could ______________.
(a) defeat the weak among his own people.
(b) prove his worth to the white men.
(c) be a parasite upon them
(d) defend the queen.
6. Mrs. Lackersteen complains about the quality of ______________.
(a) her husband's job
(b) her servants
(c) her wardrobe
(d) her drink
7. What causes Elizabeth to leave Flory's house?
(a) She and Flory find the servants watching them talk.
(b) She realizes her uncle does not like Flory.
(c) She notices Flory's birthmark and is repulsed by it.
(d) She realizes Flory is sympathetic to the natives.
8. Who walks home with the Lackersteens at the end of the evening?
9. Whose arrival confirms Veraswami's views about the Burmese?
(a) U Po Kyin, the magistrate
(d) Old Mattu, the beggar
10. Why is Elizabeth upset about the pew?
(a) She is not allowed to sit in the front with the rest of the whites.
(b) She thinks the female natives are being exploited.
(c) She has to sit among the natives and watch a suggestive dance.
(d) She feels Flory might try to abandon her there.
11. What does Flory realize when he is forced to return to Burma?
(a) He could not function without his servants.
(b) He is now more at home in Burma than in England.
(c) He will not see his Father again before he dies.
(d) He hates Burma.
12. What keeps U Po Kyin from being exposed by those who complain against him?
(a) He has not broken any laws that the English care about.
(b) He has too many powerful friends from the Club.
(c) He has too many supporters and he pays them well.
(d) He has not broken any laws at all.
13. What is U Po Kyin unable to do without help?
(a) Rise from a chair
(b) Decide court cases
(c) Acquire merit
(d) Prepare his own food
14. Elizabeth's view of the world is mostly shaped by ____________________________.
(a) her family's immense fortunes.
(b) her father's time in the military.
(c) two terms she spent at an expensive boarding school.
(d) her time as an artist in Paris.
15. How does Flory discover Lackersteen's niece, Elizabeth?
(a) She faints from the heat on his doorstep.
(b) She screams when she is frightened by a water buffalo.
(c) She runs to him for rescue from the natives.
(d) She screams when she is frightened by Ko S'la.
Short Answer Questions
1. Flory landed in Burma because ________________________________.
2. What does Ma Kin tell her husband about happiness?
3. Ko S'la disapproves of Ma Hla May because _____________________________.
4. Who is Flo?
5. Flory's greatest misery is ______________________.
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