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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 are the Indians who go to Gymkhana Club described?
(a) Military men.
(b) Aging professionals.
(c) Beautiful women.
(d) Young businessmen.
2. 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 has blocked it all out.
(c) He has been sick.
(d) He hasn't been there in years.
3. Why does Robin White no longer go to Gymkhana Club?
(a) British rule has ended.
(b) He has been sick.
(c) He was kicked out.
(d) He can no longer afford membership.
4. What does Mr. Srinivasan do for a living?
5. According to the narrator, how old was Hari when he was brought to England?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does White react when chaos first breaks out in "Civil and Military"?
2. In "Young Kumar," what does the narrator say Hari's father's inheritance was contingent upon?
3. How old was Hari when his father died?
4. What year is it when Hari sees Colin in India?
5. Why is Mr. Srinivasan described as being a non-military Indian?
Short Essay Questions
1. What surprises Hari most when he returns to India in "Young Kumar"?
2. After Hari leaves England, what happens to his friendship with Colin?
3. How does the narrator of "Young Kumar" say Hari's father was able to travel to England?
4. Why does Robin White no longer visit the Gymkhana Club?
5. What do Mr. Srinivasan and Lady Chatterjee do after dinner in "An Evening at the Club"?
6. How does Hari end up living in England as a child?
7. In "Young Kumar," why does Hari return to India?
8. What is the first story Mr. Srinivasan tells the visitor in "An Evening at the Club"?
9. In "Civil and Military," how does Robin White respond to Reid's memoir?
10. What happens when Lady Chatterjee and Mr. Srinivasan first arrive at the club in "An Evening at the Club"?
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