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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 is Reid's assignment changed in "Civil and Military"?
(a) He is given a desk job.
(b) He is made supervisor.
(c) He is given a more active role in World War II.
(d) He is transferred to China.
2. In "Young Kumar," to whom does Hari give most of his earnings?
(c) The church.
(d) His aunt.
3. What does Reid first suggest to Robin White in "Civil and Military"?
(a) To spend more on weapons.
(b) To hire an outside firm.
(c) To decrease the number in the army.
(d) To use a strong hand.
4. Why does Hari say he was denied the job during his first interview in "Young Kumar"?
(a) He spoke with an accent.
(b) His father's reputation was not good.
(c) His lack of education.
(d) He is Indian.
5. What does Hari do at the end of "Young Kumar"?
(a) He drinks alcohol.
(b) He writes an editorial.
(c) He joins the army.
(d) He paints Daphne's portrait.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Vidyasagar arrested?
2. In "Civil and Military," why does Reid return to Rawalpindi?
3. What year is it in the beginning of "Civil and Military"?
4. How does Hari know Colin Lindsey?
5. When does Mr. Srinivasan say he first met Hari?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "Young Kumar," why does Hari return to India?
2. How does Robin White feel about Vidyasagar's statement about Daphne's rape?
3. How does Hari end up living in England as a child?
4. Who is Shalini Gupta Sen?
5. In "Civil and Military," how do Kumar's friends react after he is arrested?
6. After Hari leaves England, what happens to his friendship with Colin?
7. What is the first story Mr. Srinivasan tells the visitor in "An Evening at the Club"?
8. What is the history of the Gymkhana Club?
9. In "An Evening at the Club," what does the narrator say about Indian businesses after the British left?
10. As a child, what is Hari's life like in England?
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