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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Ellis confronts Macgregor because _______________________.
(a) he does not want non-whites admitted to the Club.
(b) he is unhappy with the service at the Club.
(c) he wants Macgregor to apologize for his notice.
(d) he wants Flory denounced publicly.
2. What nickname is Ellis given to Dr. Veraswami?
(a) Very slimy
(b) Very savvy
(c) The savage doctor
(d) That Indian
3. What does U Po Kyin believe will bring him merit at the end of the chapter?
(a) Giving a basket of mangoes to the priests
(b) Dishonoring Dr. Veraswami
(c) Taking in a local pregnant girl
(d) Honoring his wife.
4. Who objects to scandal among the men?
(a) Mrs. Lackersteen
(c) U Po Kyin
5. Macgregor is most offended by ____________________.
(a) Flory's refusal to stand up for his friend.
(b) Ellis' rude comments on his proposal.
(c) Ellis' use of the term 'nigger.'
(d) Ellis' drunkenness.
Short Answer Questions
1. Mrs. Lackersteen believes the natives are _________________________.
2. Veraswami sees the English as ______________________.
3. How does MacGregor start his day?
4. The two things Flory becomes as a result of his harassed childhood are _________________________.
5. U Po Kyin is described as _______________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the interview in Westfield's office reveal about the native Burmese who work for the police?
2. Describe Elizabeth Lackersteen.
3. Describe the variety show that Flory and Elizabeth attend.
4. Who are Westfield, Ellis, Lackersteen, Macgregor and Maxwell?
5. How does Veraswami respond to Flory's verbal attacks on his fellow Europeans?
6. Why does Flory get rid of Ma Hla May?
7. Why does Flory's sudden church attendance concern Ko S'la?
8. How is Veraswami's veranda described?
9. Why does Flory seem to resent Macgregor?
10. Why is Flory so lonely?
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