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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Although Elizabeth and Verrall ride together frequently, __________________________________.
(a) they are no closer to finding a romantic attachment.
(b) they are not concerned about marriage.
(c) they are no more or less intimate than they were in the beginning.
(d) they are not attracted to one another.
2. What accounts for the change in Mrs. Lackersteen's behavior?
(a) Her fear of Lackersteen's infidelity
(b) Her distaste for Burmese culture
(c) Her social aspirations
(d) Her drinking problem
3. What ruins Flory's plan to deliver the leopard skin to Elizabeth?
(a) Elizabeth refuses to see Flory when he arrives.
(b) Elizabeth rejects the offer of the gift outright.
(c) The prisoners sell it and replace it with a fake.
(d) The prisoners ruin it when they try to cure it.
4. At the end of Chapter 22, what signals a change?
(a) The English have returned to their camps.
(b) The river has overflowed.
(c) The rain has finally started.
(d) The rain has finally stopped.
5. What is one of the few subjects that Flory and Elizabeth both enjoy discussing together?
(c) Burmese culture
6. Flory's camp has run out of its opium supply because _________________________.
(a) Dr. Veraswami has refused aid to Flory.
(b) U Po Kyin has refused aid to Flory.
(c) U Po Kyin ordered a raid to seize the opium.
(d) Dr. Veraswami has seized any illegal drug to save his reputation.
7. Flory and Elizabeth have an intimate moment _____________________________.
(a) right before Flory kills the tiger.
(b) right after they leave the headman's house.
(c) right after she kills a jungle cock.
(d) right after she misses her first shot.
8. Killing the leopard has created what feeling between Flory and Elizabeth?
9. Why does Flory not kiss Elizabeth in the jungle?
(a) He does not want her to see him as a lover.
(b) He suddenly becomes aware of his birthmark.
(c) He suddenly realizes she is indifferent toward him.
(d) He fears the Burmese men will catch them.
10. Why does Flory not get to propose to Elizabeth?
(a) Elizabeth refuses to hear his offer.
(b) He is interrupted twice.
(c) Flory loses his nerve because of his birthmark.
(d) Lackersteen finds them kissing outside and objects.
11. What does the Chinese child do that upsets Elizabeth?
(a) Climbs up on to her lap
(b) Wets himself on the floor
(c) Cries upon seeing her
(d) Wants her to hold him
12. What "sacrifice" does Mrs. Lackersteen make for Elizabeth?
(a) She offers to find Elizabeth a husband back in England.
(b) She agrees to stay behind with Elizabeth as Lackersteen returns to the jungle.
(c) She gives Elizabeth money to make herself a more appealing catch.
(d) She allows Elizabeth to choose for herself between Flory and Verrall.
13. What does Elizabeth do when Flory calls out to her?
(a) She runs to him.
(b) She looks at him but does not speak.
(c) She ignores him.
(d) She tells Ko S'la to tell Flory not to speak to her.
14. What does Flory mistakenly believe?
(a) That Elizabeth is afraid of the Burmese.
(b) That he should bring Elizabeth back to England.
(c) That Elizabeth will enjoy the bazaar.
(d) That Elizabeth prefers the Club to the bazaar.
15. What causes Mrs. Lackersteen to lecture Elizabeth on being "cheap?"
(a) Verrall has given Elizabeth money on many occasions.
(b) Verrall has mentioned he plans to marry Elizabeth only if her family is wealthy.,
(c) Verrall has made no motions to marry Elizabeth even though they have had an affair.
(d) Verrall has refused to give Elizabeth money when she has asked for it.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Ko S'la tell Flory he should not attempt to play polo?
2. Elizabeth admires Flory when she _____________________.
3. Why are Elizabeth and Verrall indifferent to the heat?
4. Why does Flory not recognize Elizabeth's discomfort at the bazaar?
5. Why do the members of the Club suddenly allow the butler into their conversation?
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