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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In his own defense, how does Roark contrast himself as a creator with those who preach selflessness?
(a) He sees that he cannot win and throws himself on the mercy of the court.
(b) He says a creator's work pushes man forward while the others are parasites.
(c) He says his position is wrong and he is sorry.
(d) He says selflessness encourages creativity as a group effort.
2. What do Gail Wynand and Dominique discuss when they go sailing?
(d) The weather
3. Why is the defeat so devastating to Wynand?
(a) He sees that he was right all the time.
(b) He loses Dominique when he loses the paper.
(c) He trusts Toohey and now they are both out.
(d) He cannot be a follower.
4. After blowing up the Cortlandt Homes housing project, what does Roark do?
(a) Gets Dominique to give him a false alibi.
(b) Leaves the country.
(c) Turns himself over to the police.
(d) Kills himself.
5. Wynand once threatened to kill Roark and Dominique if they got together. Why does he not do it?
(a) He still likes Roark and does not want to harm him.
(b) He feels guilty about turning on Roark.
(c) He knows he would be the first suspect if they were murdered.
(d) He would rather kill himself.
6. Where does Wynand feel the best setting is for Roark?
(a) At an unfinished building site.
(b) In a house like the one he's building for Wynand.
(c) In a board room.
(d) On his yacht.
7. What finally defeats Wynand?
(a) Selling off his stock in the paper.
(b) Accepting Toohey back at the paper.
(c) Public opinion.
(d) Changing his position on Roark.
8. When does Peter become the head of the architecture firm?
(a) When Toohey buys an interest in the firm.
(b) When Neil Durant becomes a partner.
(c) When Dominique decides not to divorce him.
(d) When Francon retires.
9. Toohey begins to promote architecture that is stark and plain. Who gets the credit for the concept?
(c) The Stanton School of Architecture
10. How is Gail Wynand able to build the Wynand building after shutting down the "Banner"?
(a) He sells the house Roark built for him and Dominique.
(b) He sells his yacht.
(c) He has just enough of his fortune left to do it.
(d) He uses money he had hidden in the Bahamas.
11. Who works with the board of directors to save the paper?
12. What is the irony of Roark's going to see Wynand about designing his house?
(a) It is the only way Roark can now even see Dominique.
(b) Roark likes Wynand but hates his newspaper.
(c) Roark is now prepared to compromise his principles.
(d) Wynand's newspaper attacked Roark and Wynand has taken Dominique away.
13. What does Wynand admit to Roark?
(a) That he does not actually own the Banner.
(b) That the Banner's support of Roark had actually hurt him.
(c) That he has no money left.
(d) That the Banner cannot hurt Roark.
14. What brings about the downfall of Peter Keating's business?
(a) His partner is sabotaging him like he did to Heyer.
(b) Peter's desire to find Katie and marry her.
(c) The failure of the World's Fair exhibition.
(d) Toohey's continued support of Peter.
15. What does Peter do when he cannot figure out how to design the Cortlandt Homes project?
(a) He gives up.
(b) He desides to get Toohey's help.
(c) Once again, he goes to Roark.
(d) He turns it over to his draftsman.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Katie feel for Peter when they meet by accident on the street?
2. On her way to Reno, why does Dominique stop over in Clayton, Ohio?
3. What conclusion do Dominique and Wynand agree on?
4. What is the condition for Peter's getting the Stoneridge Homes project?
5. What is the sole evidence the prosecution enters against Roark?
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