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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 4, Chapter 10 | Part 4, Chapter 11.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Dominique jealous after the house is built?
(a) She is jealous of Katie who is now seeing Roark.
(b) She is jealous of the people who still write for the newspaper.
(c) She is jealous of Roark's friendship with Wynand.
(d) She is jealous because she says Wynand loves her statue and not her.
2. Why do Roark and the electrician, Mike, become great friends?
(a) Roark thinks Mike can help him with his designs.
(b) Mike sees Roark get his hands dirty on a building site.
(c) Mike has great respect for all architects.
(d) Both men hate Henry Cameron.
3. Why does Roark find himself unable to get a job?
(a) He is seen as a lacky for Francon and Heyer.
(b) He has a public reputation for failure.
(c) His performance at school was too exceptional.
(d) He is supported by Gordon Prescott, a hated journalist.
4. When Peter hears that Toohey has been shot, what is his first concern?
(a) That Toohey will think Peter was the one who tried to kill him.
(b) That Toohey's favorable article about him might not get published.
(c) That Roark finally snapped after Toohey's attacks on his buildings.
(d) That Katie will not marry him after that.
5. What common trait in both Wynand and Roark does Dominique notice?
(a) They are both uncomfortable in large crowds.
(b) Neither of them satisfies her sexually.
(c) They both have the same lack of integrety.
(d) They both want people to love them.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is it clear that Peter knows Dominique is in love with another man?
2. How does Dominique compare the success of Ike's play with the destruction of Roark's temple?
3. What is the main feature of Roark's design for Monadnock Vacation village?
4. Why does Cameron eventually hire Roark?
5. At the firm of John Eric Snyte, what type of building design is assigned to Roark?
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