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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. How much did Raju owe the creditor?
(a) 8000 rupees.
(b) 6000 rupees.
(c) 100 rupees.
(d) 250 rupees.
2. As Raju prepared for court, what did Nalini promise him?
(a) She promised to stand by his side in court.
(b) She promised she wouldn't be there when he returned.
(c) She promised to raise funds for a well-known attorney.
(d) She promised to testify on his behalf.
3. How did the relationship between Rosie and Raju change?
(a) They became friends only.
(b) They began to act as siblings.
(c) They lived as husband and wife.
(d) They went through a period where they did not speak to each other.
4. What does Raju tell the villagers to do about the new conditions in the village?
(a) Pray harder.
(b) Bring more offerings.
(c) There is nothing they can do.
(d) Chant at the temple.
5. What did Rosie study?
(d) Classical Art.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Nalini discover when she visited the person Raju sent her to see?
2. Where did Raju get his glasses?
3. Where was Raju's creditor from?
4. What did Raju receive in the mail that he tried to keep from Nalini?
5. What was the name of Raju's creditor?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Raju's demeanor change while he was involved with Rosie?
2. Why did Raju keep the letter about the jewelry from Nalini?
3. Besides starting Rosie's dancing career, why was her name change significant?
4. How do all of the discussions in the village link together in Chapter 6?
5. How did Raju force Nalini to spend her days during her dancing career?
6. How is Raju's message to the village misinterpreted?
7. How did Raju feel about the visitors that Nalini would entertain?
8. What caused Raju to focus on Rosie and how did that cause the character to unravel?
9. Why did Nalini dance for the men from the local school?
10. What did Raju propose he and Rosie do about her career?
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