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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. What are the children's chores for the afternoon?
(a) Clean their rooms
(b) Harvest duty
(c) Scarecrow duty
(d) Clean the kitchen
2. What was significant about Gobind's grandmother?
(a) She was an oracle
(b) She was a gifted medium and lived until ninety-six
(c) She was extremely maternal and very healthy
(d) She was incredibly intelligent
3. God ____ ______ ______?
(a) has merciful wonder
(b) has forgiven me
(c) glows and flames
(d) is punishing me
4. What are the three pillars of Western prosperity?
(a) Armaments, universal healthcare and forced obedience
(b) Armaments, universal debt, and planned obsolescence
(c) Anger, universal acceptance, and consumerism
(d) Agriculture, universal debt and planned parenthood
5. Who does Will remember that hurts him so much from his childhood?
(a) Tigger, a cat
(b) Aunt Molly
(c) Tiger, a dog
(d) His best friend, Spencer
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of staff does Will use?
2. How does the Rani address Will?
3. What lands on the altar in the service?
4. What was Murugan doing while everyone else was having a vision?
5. How did Will view Aunt Mary's love?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are Stalin and Hitler reduced in Chapter 9?
2. Why does Murugan believe that the people of Pala won't accept the lure of consumer goods?
3. What does Will tell Susila on impulse and how does he expect her to react?
4. What is Leela Rao's position on the island? What makes her important?
5. What does Will say about what Colonel Dipa will bring to the island?
6. Why does Mrs. Rao believe that Pala is the place for stupid people?
7. How are animals treated on Pala versus the rest of the world?
8. What does Moksha-medicine do for the Palanese?
9. How does the Rani perceive Palanese education?
10. What is a Rakshasi, and what is the Rakshasi Hornpipe?
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