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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapter 6 | Part 2, Chapter 7.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Francon contact Roark on the design of a new building?
(a) Peter is out of town and does not want the job.
(b) Francon secretly admires Roark's independent ideas.
(c) Francon knows Roark will compromise with his ideas of classicism.
(d) The client rejected all of the designs Francon presented to them.
2. What indicates that John Eric Snyte regretted firing Roark?
(a) He now believes that Roark will become the greatest architect of the day.
(b) He tries to lure him back into his firm with an offer of more money.
(c) He wants to please Austen Heller who likes Roark.
(d) He believes he can control Roark if he is working for Snyte's firm.
3. What is the irony of Heyer's death?
(a) A clause in Heyer's will lets Peter inherit only if he does not become a partner.
(b) Francon decides he does not need a partner after all.
(c) Peter not only becomes a partner, he inherits Heyer's fortune.
(d) Peter decides to use his wealth to open his own firm.
4. Why does Peter Keating offer to do Davis' work after hours?
(a) Peter has nothing better to do.
(b) It is his plan to replace Davis as chief draftsman.
(c) Peter is always thinking of others more than himself.
(d) It gives him a chance to learn more about design.
5. What event marked the beginning of Roark's own architecture firm?
(a) Snyte offering him a full partnership.
(b) The death of Henry Cameron.
(c) When Peter secretly put up the money.
(d) Heller's check written out to Howard Roark, Architect.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Dominique want to do to Roark?
2. When the Heller house is finished, how is it received?
3. What is the socialist theme of Toomey's book, "Sermons in Stone"?
4. What is the real meaning behind Dominique's critique on the Enright house?
5. What is Roark's philosophy about designing a building?
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