1. How much room does Nataraj need for his printing press?
(a) He can just squeeze everything into the place he has.
(b) He uses the back wall of his home where he can line up the machines.
(c) The back room of the place he owns.
(d) A shop downtown with three rooms.
2. Does Nataraj have a family of his own?
(a) No, he was raised an orphan and never married.
(b) No, his closest family is a brother that lives nearby.
(c) Yes, his four sons have recently married.
(d) Yes, he has a wife and a son.
3. What does Nataraj use his parlor for?
(a) Nataraj lets any passerby who needs a rest have a seat in his parlour.
(b) He decorates his parlour with pictures so people think he has a family.
(c) All of the above.
(d) He keeps his printing machines in his parlour.
4. What is Nataraj's poet friend trying to accomplish?
(a) Nataraj's poet friend is determined to prove Nataraj has no family.
(b) Nataraj's poet friend is documenting the life of the town in poems.
(c) Nataraj's poet friend is writing the life of Krishna is monsyllabic verse.
(d) Nataraj's poet friend wants Nataraj to marry his sister.
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