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1. Why is Roark expelled from the Architectural School of the Stanton Institute of Technology?
(a) He really has no talent as an architect.
(b) He misses too many lectures.
(c) His designs do not conform to the classical style.
(d) He copies the work of other students.
2. What is Roark's attitude after being expelled from school?
(a) He believes he will never be an architect.
(b) He thinks he was wrong to criticize the classical style.
(c) He is ashamed of himself for being so stupid.
(d) He thinks being an architect will be more difficult but not impossible.
3. Why does the Dean consider Roark to be insubordinate?
(a) He thinks Roark's buildings are unsafe.
(b) Roark prefers swimming to paying attention in class.
(c) He fears that Roark might get his job.
(d) Roark refuses to accept only the classical styles that the school teaches.
4. What is Roark's philosophy about designing a building?
(a) He thinks buildings should not be pleasing to the eye.
(b) He believes the design should grow out of the purpose for the building.
(c) He thinks buildings should be shocking to the public.
(d) He believes his ideas should come from great architects of the past.
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