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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. Why is Roark dissatisfied at the Snyte firm?
(a) No one wants to build his designs.
(b) He dislikes designing modern style buildings.
(c) He gets credit for other people's work.
(d) His designs are altered by other architects.
2. What is the irony of Heyer's death?
(a) Peter not only becomes a partner, he inherits Heyer's fortune.
(b) Peter decides to use his wealth to open his own firm.
(c) A clause in Heyer's will lets Peter inherit only if he does not become a partner.
(d) Francon decides he does not need a partner after all.
3. Why does Peter want Roark to abandon his plan to open his own firm?
(a) Peter knows the value of Roark's work and fears the competition.
(b) Peter thinks Roark will no longer have time to help him with his designs.
(c) Peter really wants to be partners with Roark.
(d) Peter knows that Roark will fail and wants to save him.
4. What is the real meaning behind Dominique's critique on the Enright house?
(a) She says that it is a ridiculous looking structure.
(b) She thinks the houses near it make it look all that much worse.
(c) She is subtly saying that it is a work of genius.
(d) She writes that it should be copied by other architects.
5. Although Wynand actually does love Dominique, what is more important to him in their relationship?
(a) That she is so different from him.
(b) The fact that he owns her.
(c) That she is so influential in society.
(d) That their marriage is romantic.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is the opening of the temple canceled?
2. Peter gets the design for "The March of the Centuries" exposition at the World's Fair. Why did Roark turn it down?
3. What comment does Roark make to Dominique about his work in the Quarry?
4. How does Dominique contrive to get Roark to her father's house in Connecticut?
5. Why does Cameron fire Roark?
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