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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5, Representing Authority in Victorian India.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Hobsbawm suggests in the book that the Highland costume changed in the ______ century.
2. The author asserts that attitudes were ______ in Wales and thus there was a loss of cultural self-confidence.
3. During the third period, ceremonies became symbols of national hope and pride. Large ______ ceremonies for royal children helped to convey this aspect.
(a) Golden jubilee.
(d) Rites of passage.
4. The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge collected Welsh ______ in order to preserve the culture.
5. The British turned themselves into insiders by giving their monarch ________ over India.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the book, the committee also intended to impose a British ideal of aristocracy and _______ on the people.
2. In the early nineteenth century the Celtic Society of ______ was founded and pushed the Highland cause.
3. According to the book, the ______ movement and its association with the noble savage helped produce the invented tradition.
4. Hobsbawm asserts that exceptions to the decline in question 22 exist in all of the following areas except ______.
5. _______ decided that Welsh culture should be preserved and helped develop the invention of a tradition.
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