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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 it difficult for Peter Keating to decide what to do after graduation?
(a) He is torn between his own desires and what others think he should do.
(b) His mother wants him to accept a scholarship in Paris.
(c) He knows he is a better architect than Roark.
(d) He understands that people do not really like him.
2. What is Lois Cook's criteria for her new house?
(a) It must have at least three floors.
(b) It must look like an Italian palace.
(c) It must be ugly and defy popular ideas of beauty.
(d) It must be the most beautiful house in New York.
3. What stands in the way of Peter's becoming a full partner with Francon?
(a) Lucius Heyer refuses to retire.
(b) Francon wants Perer to marry Dominique first.
(c) Katie threatens to tell Dominique that she is engaged to Peter.
(d) Heyer prefers one of the other draftsmen.
4. How do the newspapers treat Henry Cameron's retirement?
(a) They devote a full page to his achievements.
(b) They honor him as the premiere architect of all time.
(c) They give it little space and misspell the names of his buildings.
(d) They make no mention of his retirement at all.
5. Why is Dominique disappointed when she verifies that Roark is reading her articles?
(a) He uses them for the coffee grounds in the office.
(b) He has marked out many of the sentences.
(c) He becomes more violent when they meet.
(d) They do not seem to hurt him like she wants.
Short Answer Questions
1. Although Wynand actually does love Dominique, what is more important to him in their relationship?
2. Why is Roark expelled from the Architectural School of the Stanton Institute of Technology?
3. What was the result of Dominique's articles on the slums?
4. Why does Roark agree to go to the Holcombe party?
5. Why does Peter want Roark to abandon his plan to open his own firm?
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