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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 1 Chapter 25 | Part 1 Chapter 26 | Part 1 Chapter 27 | Part 1 Chapter 28.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 1, Chapter 21, what is the author's purpose in writing about what he thinks after interviewing Pi?
(a) To help the reader know what the author thinks.
(b) To make the reader aware of the author's religious beliefs.
(c) To help the reader understand Pi better.
(d) To make the reader aware that the author likes Pi.
2. What happened after the meeting of Pi's parents and his religious teachers?
(a) Pi went to bed.
(b) They all had tea together.
(c) Pi went off by himself to think about the meeting.
(d) Pi's family went out for ice cream.
3. Who were the two men Pi called the "prophets of his youth"?
(a) Satish Kumar, the atheist, and Satish Kumar, the Sufi.
(b) Mamji and Pi's father.
(c) Satish Kumar, the Sufi, and Mamji.
(d) Satish Kumar, the atheist, and Mamji.
4. What happened at the meeting with Pi's parents and his three religious teachers?
(a) Each teacher thought Pi was more faithful to his religion than to the others.
(b) Each teacher thought their religions had similarities.
(c) They agreed Pi should continue exploring his religious beliefs.
(d) They all agreed Pi could be a Hindu, Muslim, and Christian at the same time.
5. Who was Mr. Satish Kumar?
(a) Mr. Kumar was a Communist and atheist.
(b) Mr. Kumar was the reason Pi studied theology.
(c) Mr. Kumar was an agnostic.
(d) Mr. Kumar was a good looking man who believed in God.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Pi's father took his sons on a tour of the zoo, which of the following statements is not true?
2. Who is Antieji?
3. Which is the following is not true about Pi's visit to a Christian church and his meeting with Father Martin?
4. Why must a circus lion trainer establish that he is the alpha male with respect to the lion?
5. What do Pi's parents think about his being so religious?
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