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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Elizabeth's reason for snubbing Flory?
(a) He is unattractive.
(b) He is keeping a Burmese woman.
(c) He is not an experienced hunter.
(d) He is not an experienced horseback rider.
2. Flory's camp has run out of its opium supply because _________________________.
(a) Dr. Veraswami has seized any illegal drug to save his reputation.
(b) Dr. Veraswami has refused aid to Flory.
(c) U Po Kyin has refused aid to Flory.
(d) U Po Kyin ordered a raid to seize the opium.
3. Why does Elizabeth seem more approachable to Flory that evening?
(a) She is not wearing spectacles.
(b) She is less inhibited when she is drunk.
(c) She starts to embrace Burmese culture.
(d) She wears her hair down.
4. Who are Francis and Samuel?
(a) Flory's servants.
(b) Elizabeth's uncles.
(c) Two Eurasian men Flory has befriended.
(d) Two English men from the Club.
5. When Lackersteen invites Verrall to the Club, __________________________.
(a) Verrall comes to the Club with a native friend.
(b) Verrall ignores the invitation.
(c) Verrall declines the invitation.
(d) Verrall comes to the Club at once.
6. What does Elizabeth enjoy during the canoe trip to the shooting party?
(a) Watching the scenery go by
(b) Shooting at birds
(c) Carrying on a conversation with the Burman canoe-man
(d) Carrying the gun in her lap
7. What does Flory's conviction to stand by Veraswami cause him to feel?
(a) Fear and resentment
(b) Guilt and self-loathing
(c) Courage and exhilaration
8. Who commits the murder?
(a) The relatives of the man Maxwell shot commit the murder.
(b) Maxwell commits the murder.
(c) U Po Kyin commits the murder as revenge.
(d) The relatives of Ma Hla May commit the murder.
9. When Lackersteen returns from camp he _________________________.
(a) continues drinking and carousing with local women.
(b) attempts to seduce Ma Hla May.
(c) refuses to appear at the club.
(d) attempts to rape Elizabeth.
10. How does U Po Kyin stand to profit from the murder?
(a) The murder will continue to incite unrest among the Europeans.
(b) The murder will prove he is to be feared as an adversary.
(c) The murder will be blamed on Dr. Veraswami.
(d) The murder will assure his place in Heaven.
11. How does Elizabeth feel when she kills a bird?
(a) Angry at herself
(b) Overcome by happiness
(d) Dizzy with her own power over the men
12. Verrall's attitude toward women suggests __________________________.
(a) he is capable of tenderness and emtional intimacy.
(b) he is not interested in marriage.
(c) he is only interested in marriage to a wealthy English woman.
(d) he is ready to change for the right woman.
13. What causes Mrs. Lackersteen to lecture Elizabeth on being "cheap?"
(a) Verrall has refused to give Elizabeth money when she has asked for it.
(b) Verrall has given Elizabeth money on many occasions.
(c) Verrall has mentioned he plans to marry Elizabeth only if her family is wealthy.,
(d) Verrall has made no motions to marry Elizabeth even though they have had an affair.
14. Why does Flory not kiss Elizabeth in the jungle?
(a) He suddenly realizes she is indifferent toward him.
(b) He does not want her to see him as a lover.
(c) He suddenly becomes aware of his birthmark.
(d) He fears the Burmese men will catch them.
15. How does Lackersteen justify his drinking and philandering?
(a) He believes he has been given an unfair burden and needs an outlet.
(b) He believes he is still respectable because he is loyal.
(c) He believes he is still respectable because he is white.
(d) He believes he as the right to do as he pleases.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do Mrs. Lackersteen and Elizabeth rush to the train station?
2. What is the description of the mood of Chapter 17?
3. Why does Flory not recognize Elizabeth's discomfort at the bazaar?
4. At the end of the chapter, Flory begins to believe ______________________________.
5. Whose arrival alarms Mrs. Lackersteen and Elizabeth?
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