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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. According to Sister Ludmilla, what did she call Hari when Merrick came to visit?
(a) A thief
(b) A drunk.
(c) A rich man.
(d) A priest.
2. What does Miss Crane do with the picture of Mahatma Gandhi?
(a) She takes it off the wall.
(b) She burns it.
(c) She gives it to a friend.
(d) She hangs it in her bedroom.
3. In "MacGregor House," how does Daphne Manners try to make friends?
(a) Writing poetry.
(b) Volunteering at the hospital.
(c) Painting in the park.
(d) Working for a lawyer.
4. What does Lady Chatterjee say her first impression of Miss Crane was?
(a) She thought she was pretty.
(b) She disliked her.
(c) She liked her very much.
(d) She was distrustful of her education.
5. What does Miss Crane use the painting "The Jewel in the Crown" to teach?
(b) Bible passages.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Sister Ludmilla allowed to live at the Sanctuary?
2. Why is Sister Ludmilla called "sister"?
3. What is Miss Crane said to have done to the men looting the town?
4. After Gandhi is arrested, how do the schoolchildren get home?
5. Why does Miss Crane distrust Mr. Chaudhuri as a teacher?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lady Chatterjee describe the "Sanctuary" in "MacGregor House"?
2. In "Miss Crane," what happens to the picture of Ghandi?
3. In "MacGregor House," why do some people avoid Lady Chatterjee?
4. Why does Sister Ludmilla say Hari went with the police?
5. In "MacGregor House," what history of the MacGregor House is given?
6. What does Lady Chatterjee say happened when she visited with Miss Crane after she was released from the hospital?
7. What does the author reveal about this novel in the first few paragraphs of "Miss Crane"?
8. What is a suttee?
9. In "MacGregor House," what does Daphne write to her aunt?
10. What does Merrick do when he visits the Sanctuary?
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