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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What reputation does Corbett admit to having earned?
2. What keeps the exhausted Corbett awake when he finally returns to town after killing the first tiger?
3. What do Corbett and Robin do when the leopard is so inaccessible?
4. What conclusion does Corbett draw from differences between man-eating tigers and man-eating leopards?
5. What does Corbett says tigers do not know about people?
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize the hunt for the leopard that Corbett tells which culminates in Robin leaving him in a tight corner.
2. Explain what happens when Corbett takes the skin of the tigress of Champawat to the woman that had pursued it when it carried off her sister.
3. Tell the story of the second wounded victim of the Chawgarh tiger that Corbett sees. How was she attacked and how did she return to town? What happens to her?
4. What story does Corbett tell as a warning against assuming that a wounded animal is where you last saw it?
5. What story does Corbett recount about the first time he took Robin out hunting as a puppy? What was Corbett's reaction to what happened?
6. Explain the circumstance in which Corbett shoots the first of the Chowgarh tigers. Why does he choose the tiger he does? Which one does he kill?
7. What story of his own attack does the man with the mauled face tell Corbett in the Chowgarh man-eater? How did the man live?
8. What opportunity does Corbett miss when he sees just the hind leg and tail of a tiger while stalking the wounded Bachelor of Powalgarh? Why does he make the decision that he does?
9. Explain the encounter the author has a young boy with a tiger in the forest.
10. Explain what happens after Corbett notices that Robin is missing.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay about leopards and tigers.
Part 1. Give a general introduction to tigers and leopards, providing general information like how many there are and where they live.
Part 2. How are they similar? Discuss the many ways in which leopards and tigers are similar.
Part 3. How are they different? Despite all their similarities, tigers and leopards are quite unique. Describe how they are different from each other and the other big cats.
Essay Topic 2
In the story of the man-eater of Thak, the villagers are taking care of a temple that is one of many "peethas". Write an essay about what this is and the religious story behind it.
Part 1. Introduce Hinduism, and some of the major gods and goddesses. Make sure to include Shiva and Parvati (or Sati).
Part 2. Tell the relevant story of Parvati, her father, and Shiva.
Part 3. Explain how the story relates to temple in the story, and explain the word "Peetha". Do all the Shakti Peethas have temples? What else is there?
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay about Hinduism.
Part 1. Describe a general overview of the religion including number of followers and primary regions of the world where it is practiced.
Part 2. Write about the various different types of Hinduism and how they differ from each other.
Part 3. What are some of the major concepts and deities of Hinduism?
Part 4. What common Hindu notions, words, or practices have been incorporated into our society?
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