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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 Tsu say his Onion was brought to life?
(a) Through his Onion's faith.
(b) In the hearts of the Onion's disciples.
(c) He believes his Onion never actually died.
(d) He does not believe his Onion came back to life.
2. What does Isobe warn Mr. Sanja to forgo photographing?
3. What does Mitsuko say about the Ganges?
(a) It is holy.
(b) It is dirty.
(c) It is just a river.
(d) It is deep enough to embrace everyone.
4. In Chapter 9, when does Enami say he will see the group that stayed back in the city?
(a) In three days.
(b) He will be unable to return, but is sending someone else.
(c) It will be at least four days.
(d) The next day.
5. What was Tsu doing at the river in Chapter 8?
(a) Carrying dead and dying people.
(b) Meeting with groups of foreigners.
(c) Selling prayer wheels.
(d) Looking for Mitsuko.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is carried off on a stretcher in Chapter 13?
2. What does Isobe plan to do the next day after his visit to the fortuneteller?
3. Where does Tsu meet Mitsuko in Chapter 10?
4. What tension are the tourists not aware of concerning the Sikhs?
5. What does Mitsuko ask Tsu in Chapter 10 if he believes in?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mitsuko feel as she joins the Hindus in a prayer at the river?
2. When do the Hindus and Tsu rise in the morning?
3. Where does Isobe go despite concerns about civil unrest?
4. Why does Tsu leave Mitsuko after talking briefly with her?
5. Of what is Tsu capable only in his dreams?
6. What has Kiguchi not done that he had planned to do when coming to India, and what is his consolation?
7. Why does Isobe travel out to a village near the city?
8. What quote does Tsu read of Mahatma Gandhi's?
9. What does Numada do with the myna bird he bought?
10. What do the other tourist who return from the Ganges tell Mitsuko they saw?
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