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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What decade is Mrs. Swan's part of the play set in?
(a) The 1990s.
(b) The 1970s.
(c) The 1980s.
(d) The 1960s.
2. What city does Das say Flora painted him a picture of with words?
3. Why does Das have to stop painting Flora?
(a) He has to meet a friend.
(b) He has painters cramp.
(c) She has to go to the toilet.
(d) She changes position.
4. What is the young Indian man's name?
5. What did Anish's father demonstrate against?
(a) The independence of India.
(b) British rule.
(c) The war against Pakistan.
(d) British occupation.
6. What kind of meat does the pate contain?
7. What color dress is Flora wearing?
8. What is Pike's nationality?
9. What does Das say he had yesterday, but does not have today?
(a) The right karma.
(b) The right paints.
(c) The right rasa.
(d) The right clothes.
10. Who painted Flora's portrait?
(b) Mrs. Swan.
(c) Mr. Swan.
(d) Van Gogh.
11. What does Mrs. Swan say the oil painting she has upstairs looks like?
(a) An Indian movie poster.
(b) A British seaside postcard.
(c) A Chinese landscape.
(d) A Japanese Vignette.
12. What does Mrs. Swan say is a sure way of getting the details of a person's life wrong?
(a) Talking to old people.
(b) Reading love letters.
(c) Writing a biography.
(d) Studying symbolism in poetry.
13. What mythical figure does Flora wonder if her portrait will resemble?
14. What does Nazrul tell Das has happened to the pate?
(a) Someone has bought it.
(b) It has been stolen.
(c) It has been eaten.
(d) It has gone off.
15. What is the name of the town where Flora met Mr. Coomaraswami?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Das draw his pencil sketch of Flora?
2. What is Anish's occupation?
3. Where does Anish say he saw his father's work published?
4. What method of communication does Flora use to narrate her journey?
5. Who recommended India to Flora?
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