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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "Civil and Military," why do people protest after Hari and his friends are arrested?
(a) The people think they are innocent.
(b) They don't protest.
(c) They are upset about the violence.
(d) They want Hari and his friends convicted.
2. In "Young Kumar," why does Hari believe he could succeed in India?
(a) His education.
(b) His family's connections.
(c) His father's money.
(d) His accent.
3. What year is it in the beginning of "Civil and Military"?
4. What does Reid first suggest to Robin White in "Civil and Military"?
(a) To hire an outside firm.
(b) To decrease the number in the army.
(c) To spend more on weapons.
(d) To use a strong hand.
5. What does Mr. Srinivasan do when he drives past the temple in "An Evening at the Club"?
(a) He drives quickly past it.
(b) He makes a small donation.
(c) He asks Lady Chatterjee if she wants to stop and visit it.
(d) He asks the visitor if he wants to see it.
6. How are the Indians who go to Gymkhana Club described?
(a) Aging professionals.
(b) Beautiful women.
(c) Military men.
(d) Young businessmen.
7. In "Young Kumar," how does the narrator describe Hari's education?
8. Why does Vidyasagar print his own pamphlet?
(a) To protest the arrests of his friends.
(b) To publicize the wrongdoings of the British.
(c) To run for public office.
(d) To ask the judge to let him out on bail.
9. In "Civil and Military," why does Robin White say his memory of India may be poor?
(a) He lived it through a white man's perspective.
(b) He hasn't been there in years.
(c) He has blocked it all out.
(d) He has been sick.
10. In "Civil and Military," Robin White is in control of ____________.
(a) The procurement of weapons.
(b) The use of the military.
(d) The hiring of employees.
11. In "An Evening at the Club," why does Mr. Srinivasan say many Indian companies hire British?
(a) Because Indians struggle to run their own businesses.
(b) To act as figureheads.
(c) Because of the money they have.
(d) To avoid trouble with the government.
12. Why does Hari say he was denied the job during his first interview in "Young Kumar"?
(a) His lack of education.
(b) He spoke with an accent.
(c) His father's reputation was not good.
(d) He is Indian.
13. In "An Evening at the Club," who arrives with the visitor at Gymkhana Club?
(a) He arrives alone.
(b) Mr. Srinivasan.
(c) Robin White.
(d) Lady Chatterjee.
14. What does Reid call Menen when he first meets him?
(a) An old-style Indian.
(b) A changing Englishman.
(c) A man-child.
(d) A reluctant participant.
15. In "Young Kumar," to whom does Hari give most of his earnings?
(b) The church.
(d) His aunt.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "An Evening at the Club," how does Lady Chatterjee feel about the removal of the British authorities?
2. What does Menen do for a living?
3. How long after the rape does "An Evening at the Club" take place?
4. How did Hari's father choose his wife?
5. Where does the narrator say Hari's father gained his wealth?
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