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Kim

Kim

by Rudyard Kipling

Kim: Symbols Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Kim? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. The Keeper of the Images at the Wonder House gives the lama a pair of


documents.
gloves.
glasses.
Uggs.
Q. Kim's first amulet contains:


the lyrics to "Believe," by Justin Bieber.
a lock of Kim's mother's hair
a deed to Kim's family home.
Kim's birth certificate.
Q. The Russian agent tears the lama's painting of


The Great Wheel of Things.
The Great Game.
The Great Escape.
The Great Gatsby.
Q. Why is the Red Bull on a green field significant?


Because the Red Bull has religious and spiritual significance for Kim's father.
Because it appears on the flag of Kim's father's regiment, the Irish Mavericks.
Because Kim finds his Red Bull at the same time that the lama discovers his River of the Arrow at the end of the novel.
Because Kim's story is a load of bull.
Q. The Gun Zam-Zammah sits in front of


the Wonder House in Lahore.
St. Xavier's in Lucknow.
Lurgan's house at Simla.
Forks High School in Forks, Washington.
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