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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. How does Flory start his day?
(a) He drinks gin while sitting in the tub.
(b) He writes letters to his enemies.
(c) He writes a love letter to Elizabeth.
(d) He prepares his household for the day.
2. What gives Flory brief comfort at the end of the chapter?
(a) A dip in the pond
(b) A cool breeze
(c) A walk in the woods
(d) A burst of sunshine
3. Ba Taik is ___________
(a) U Po Kyin's son.
(b) U Po Kyin's deputy.
(c) U Po Kyin's unpaid servant.
(d) U Po Kyin's wife.
4. During Flory's time in Burma, he has grown ___________________________.
(a) jaded and resentful of the English.
(b) uncomfortable with his friendship with the doctor.
(c) tired of the Burmese.
(d) homesick for England.
5. What keeps Flory from falling asleep?
(a) A dog attacked Flo outside his house.
(b) Ma Hla May will not leave him alone.
(c) Birds are calling in the trees outside his house.
(d) A dog continues to yelp outside his house.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Elizabeth upset about the pew?
2. Flory's attitude toward his mistress is ____________________________.
3. Veraswami is slightly disappointed when _________________________________.
4. Who walks home with the Lackersteens at the end of the evening?
5. Of all the indulgent freedoms allowed a pukka sahib, the one freedom denied them is ________________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Flory get rid of Ma Hla May?
2. Why is Flory so lonely?
3. What attitude does U Po Kyin have about his fatness?
4. Why does Flory seem to resent Macgregor?
5. How does Veraswami respond to Flory's verbal attacks on his fellow Europeans?
6. How has U Po Kyin risen to power?
7. What is revealed about Flory's childhood in the chapter?
8. Describe U Po Kyin's servant Ba Taik.
9. Describe the European Club.
10. Among the visitors to U Po Kyin's house, which of these does he agree to see, and why?
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