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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why should the sisters not walk alone?
(a) People will get the wrong idea.
(b) The mango trees are in bloom.
(c) There are thieves out.
(d) The road isn't lit at night.
2. What is the benefit of Imrat performing in the park?
(a) He makes friends.
(b) He is well respected.
(c) He gets fresh air.
(d) He gets money.
3. What kind of family is Nitin's family from?
(a) A mobster family.
(b) A wealthy family.
(c) He has no family.
(d) A poor family.
4. What is the benefit of Nitin going to Vano Village?
(a) The food is good.
(b) The weather is nice.
(c) He wants to live there.
(d) He can be cured.
5. Why must the narrator take Nitin back to the guesthouse?
(a) Otherwise, Nitin will be arrested.
(b) Nitin may have something spiritual to offer him.
(c) Because he has to be a good friend.
(d) Nitin may try to run away.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is special about the placement of the guesthouse on the banks of the Narmada River?
2. Who is charged with Imrat's murder?
3. Why does the narrator not know that Nitin has gone?
4. The narrator doesn't understand how a ___ could drive Nitin insane.
5. "Master" is a title for a ________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the cause of Nitin's insanity?
2. What does the narrator believe the purpose or use of the Narmada is?
3. What is the narrator's dilemma with bringing Nitin back to the guesthouse after he's released from the hospital.
4. How is our narrator similar to the Jain monk? What is he lacking to be truly like him?
5. Why does Master Mohan's wife try to sabotage Imrat?
6. What are the benefits of being a courtesan?
7. What is Dr. Mitra's diagnosis for Nitin?
8. What is the legend of the battle at the Narmada riverbank?
9. How does the narrator feel about Tariq Mia's village?
10. How does the archaeology crew affect the narrator's view of his escape?
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