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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. Chapter 2 is a guide, written for whom?
(a) Youth army members.
(b) Colonial servants.
(c) Canopean emissaries.
(d) Shammat agents.
2. Who is tapping the energies of Rohanda, in Chapter 6?
(a) The Shammat.
(b) The Giants.
(c) The Canopeans.
(d) The Puttiorians.
3. Chapter 9 details the history of Shikasta between what two events?
(a) World War II and the collapse of the Lock.
(b) The collapse of the Lock and the 20th century apocalypse.
(c) World War I and World War II.
(d) World War II and World War III.
4. In Chapter 8, Britain and other European countries are blamed for what?
(a) World War II.
(b) World War I.
(c) Worldwide poverty.
(d) Global warming.
5. Individual three's philosophy is close to what school of thought?
(a) American Democracy.
(b) Russian Marxism.
(c) Italian Fascism.
(d) German Nazism.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Canopus do for the Natives of Shikasta?
2. What do the "primitive" peoples do, after the Second World War?
3. Why does Johor incarnate on Shikasta?
4. Why does Taufiq bring humanoids from other planets in Chapter 9?
5. What happens to individual eight that makes her so unhappy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the ceremony that Canopean emissaries brought to Ireland?
2. Who are the Giants?
3. What is reported in Chapter 9 regarding the Natives, Dwarves and Elves?
4. What event in Chapter 9 parallels a story from the Old Testament?
5. What is Johor's mission, when he incarnates on Shikasta in Chapter 6?
6. How is Shikasta described at the beginning of the novel?
7. How did individual eight's life end?
8. What period of Shikastan history is covered by the reports in Chapter 9?
9. Who was the first individual introduced in Chapter 11, and what would John Brent-Oxford have done for her as a lawyer?
10. Rohanda was divided among what civilizations?
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