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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2: Chapter 27.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why is Mr. Callendar upset at Dr. Aziz at the Bridge Party?
(a) He believes that Dr. Aziz did not come to his place when summoned.
(b) He thinks Dr. Aziz should have come to the Bridge Party.
(c) He suspects Dr. Aziz is not a qualified surgeon.
(d) He is always upset at all Indians.

2. Who points out there are well-qualified Indians for jobs in India?
(a) Dr. Aziz and his friends.
(b) Cyril Fielding and his friends.
(c) Adela Quested.
(d) Mrs. Moore.

3. To whom is the quote, "even when the lady is so much uglier than the gentleman" referring?
(a) Nancy Derek.
(b) Mrs. McBryde.
(c) Adela Quested.
(d) Mrs. Moore.

4. How does Cyril Fielding shock Dr. Aziz and his friends?
(a) He tells them he doesn't believe in God.
(b) He tells them about his visit to a brothel.
(c) He tells them that he is engaged.
(d) He tells him that Aziz's illness is potentially fatal.

5. Why does Cyril Fielding say that he is in India?
(a) Because he needed a job.
(b) Because he wanted to experience the culture.
(c) Because he believes Indians are not qualified for the jobs.
(d) Because he thinks it's the right thing to do.

Short Answer Questions

1. When Dr. Aziz returns home, he finds the invitation from Cyril Fielding to tea. He is ____.

2. Who abandons Adela Quested after the trial?

3. What best characterizes the celebration of the holiday occurring at the same time that Fielding travels into the city?

4. What does Mr. Turton expect Cyril Fielding to do?

5. Where does Chapter 27 take place?

(see the answer key)

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