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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3, Chapter 9 | Part 4, Chapter 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Dominique feel about Roark in Connecticut?
(a) She thinks he is conceited because of his muscular body.
(b) He makes her want to return to the city.
(c) She thinks that letting him stare at her gives her power over him.
(d) She is both attracted to him and repelled by him.
2. What is the socialist theme of Toomey's book, "Sermons in Stone"?
(a) That buildings should be functional as well as beautiful.
(b) That only brilliant minds can design buildings.
(c) That architecture should be about what people want.
(d) That architecture has nothing to do with culture or the environment.
3. What is the main feature of Roark's design for Monadnock Vacation village?
(a) Large houses with open spaces around them.
(b) Privacy and uniqueness.
(c) Clusters of closely situated houses.
(d) A central shopping area.
4. Why does Roark return to New York?
(a) Roark fears Dominique may charge him with rape.
(b) The quarry runs out of usable stone.
(c) Roark and Mike have a disagreement over Dominique.
(d) Roger Enright wants him to design his new house.
5. Why is Dominique disappointed when she verifies that Roark is reading her articles?
(a) They do not seem to hurt him like she wants.
(b) He has marked out many of the sentences.
(c) He uses them for the coffee grounds in the office.
(d) He becomes more violent when they meet.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Peter's condition when he visits Katie and insists they marry the following day?
2. When Peter hears that Toohey has been shot, what is his first concern?
3. Although Wynand actually does love Dominique, what is more important to him in their relationship?
4. What is the real meaning behind Dominique's critique on the Enright house?
5. Why are Toohey and Scarret worried about the marriage of Dominique and Wynand?
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