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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the woman in "Mary, Pity Women" love her man despite?
(a) His drinking problem.
(b) His frequent travels.
(c) His numerous hobbies.
(d) All the cruel things he's done to her.
2. What can a fistful of English dirt and the flowers of the land make a man feel like according to "The Charm"?
(a) A farmer.
(b) A rich man.
(c) A king.
(d) A gardener.
3. How fast does the man in "The Braggart" claim his car can go?
(a) 70 mph.
(b) 90 mph.
(c) 60 mph.
(d) 80 mph.
4. What does Kipling advise his reader not to do in "The Comforters"?
(a) Give advice about money.
(b) Give advice about love.
(c) Give advice when they are drunk.
(d) Give advice when they have never been in that situation.
5. What does Kipling say might not be worth the time and energy in "The Kingdom"?
(a) Being rich.
(b) The goals some people set for themselves.
(d) Politics and government.
6. What does Kipling say the world has enough of in "The Power of the Dog"?
7. What does Kipling refer to in "The Junk and the Dhow"?
(a) The Queen herself.
(c) His youth of voyages and study.
(d) Sailors and ships of the old age.
8. Who does Kipling accuse of doing the most damage to a religion?
(a) Other religions.
(b) The media.
(c) Its followers.
9. Where does the woman in "Old Mother Laidinwool" return to as it gets cold and dark?
(a) To her grave.
(b) To her husband.
(c) To her mother's home.
(d) To the convent.
10. What is the ritual described in "The Cuckoo Song"?
(a) An old woman feeding a cuckoo each spring.
(b) A young man playing with a cuckoo.
(c) Cuckoos leaving for better climates.
(d) Cuckoos laying its eggs.
11. What is the man in "Shillin' a Day" no longer able to do?
12. What do the men in "Wilful-missings" have no desire to return to?
(a) Their old life.
(b) Their country.
(c) The battlefield.
(d) Their wives.
13. What does "The Married Man" point out the difference between?
(a) A man and a woman.
(b) A man and a dog.
(c) A married man and a soldier.
(d) A married and a single man.
14. What does the man in "The Ladies" think he learned everything there is to know about?
(c) Upper society.
(d) The Army.
15. What river does "The River's Tale" talk about?
(a) The Rhone.
(b) The Nile.
(c) The Seine.
(d) The Thames.
Short Answer Questions
1. What can "little" people become according to "A Pict Song"?
2. What does Kipling say cannot happen to a country with a unified ruler and people in "Together"?
3. What does Kipling make the case of sending young men back to after war?
4. What does Kipling think people are giving themselves by getting a dog, according to "The Power of the Dog"?
5. What is "The Runes of Weland's Sword" about?
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