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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. With what are Nancy Derek and Mrs. McBryde helping Adela Quested?
2. Who is not one of the people that Cyril Fielding meets with regarding Dr. Aziz's situation?
3. Who says to Mrs. Moore, "You're superior to them, anyway. Don't forget that. You're superior to everyone in India except one or two of the Ranis, and they're on an equality"?
4. In Chapter 21, what holiday is being celebrated in the city?
5. Who denies Cyril Fielding a visit with Adela Quested?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the plans to go to the cave get rekindled?
2. What are Cyril Fielding's opinions of the English occupation?
3. What does Dr. Aziz discover about Cyril Fielding's marital status in Part 3, Chapter 35?
4. What do the postcards that Cyril Fielding writes to his Indian friends signify?
5. How do Adela Quested and Cyril Fielding part when Adela returns to England?
6. How does Adela Quested offend Dr. Aziz on the picnic, before they enter the caves?
7. What are Dr. Aziz's feelings about the British in India?
8. What role does the climate play within the novel?
9. What happens when the party returns from the caves to Chandrapore?
10. Why is the bridge party organized?
Essay Topic 1
In the book, is it significant that it is an Anglo female saying that she was attacked by an Indian male? How would the book be different if it was an Indian woman accusing a white man? What role does race play in the trial and the events preceding it?
Essay Topic 2
Fielding is not well accepted in the Christian community, not because of his lack of faith, but because of his disapproval of their attitudes and behaviors, which clearly violate Christian teachings. What place does this irony have in the novel? Why do you think Fielding, as an atheist, is set up as the only one who embodies Christian values?
Essay Topic 3
One conflict that Forster has set up is between religions. Aziz is Muslim and does not understand or feel comfortable with either Hindu or Christian. However, he does admire Professor Godbole, who, although he is of a superior caste and would be expected to look down on everyone else, is kind and friendly. What other examples of religious conflict contribute to the feeling of the novel? How do these religious conflicts compare to other conflicts in the novel?
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