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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the sole evidence the prosecution enters against Roark?
(a) Roark's confession that he blew up Cortlandt Homes.
(b) Dominique's testamony that she helped Roark.
(c) Peter's testimony and the agreement he had with Roark.
(d) The detonator that had Roark's fingerprints on it.
2. When Dominique and Wynand return early from their cruise, what is Peter's concern?
(a) That Toohey has done something to destroy him.
(b) That Dominique will not divorce him.
(c) That they will go on another cruise.
(d) That he will not get his commission.
3. What does Katie feel for Peter when they meet by accident on the street?
4. What is Roark's commission at the end of the novel?
(a) He is rebuilding the Cortlandt Homes project.
(b) He is building the Wynand building in Hell's Kitchen.
(c) He is building a house for him and Dominique.
(d) He is working for Peter and building a new bank.
5. 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 uses money he had hidden in the Bahamas.
(c) He has just enough of his fortune left to do it.
(d) He sells his yacht.
6. What in the relationship between Roark and Wynand is distressing to Dominique?
(a) She sees that they have a real affinity for each other.
(b) She thinks Roark is not telling Wynand the truth.
(c) She sees that Wynand is secretly out to ruin Roark.
(d) She thinks Roark is finally compromising his art.
7. What gives evidence that Toohey intends to take over the "Banner"?
(a) He tries to bring back Dominique.
(b) He starts buying Banner stock.
(c) He encourages Wynand to go on a long honeymoon.
(d) He is secretly supporting the opposition to Wynand.
8. What is the meaning of the name of Wynand's yacht, the "I do"?
(a) It means I do own a yacht.
(b) It means I do run things.
(c) It means I like to be married.
(d) It means I can do as I please.
9. What does Roark discover about Cortlandt Homes when he returns for the sailing trip with Wynand?
(a) The project is just as he designed it.
(b) His designs were faulty.
(c) Peter decided to change the plans.
(d) The plans were changed from his design.
10. How does Dominique get publicity that gets Wynand to divorce her?
(a) She takes a job at a rival newspaper.
(b) She reveals that she was the model who posed nude for Mallory's statue.
(c) She publicly files for divorce from Wynand.
(d) She notifies the police that she is staying with Roark and a valuable ring has been stolen.
11. What condition does Roark place on doing the Cortlandt Homes design?
(a) No one can see the designs until the project is finished.
(b) Toohey must agree to Roark's involvement.
(c) Nothing can be changed on it.
(d) Peter will have to oversee the construction personally.
12. How does Toohey react when Wynand forbids any mention of Roark in the "Banner"?
(a) Toohey goes out and gets drunk.
(b) Toohey smiles.
(c) Toohey goes into a rage.
(d) Toohey plans to write a book attacking Roark.
13. Who helps Roark blow up the Cortlandt Homes project?
14. What is the condition for Peter's getting the Stoneridge Homes project?
(a) Dominique must go alone with Wynand on a cruise.
(b) Peter must hire Mallory to do some sculptures.
(c) Dominique must stay married to Peter.
(d) Peter must tell Francon he is using Dominique to get the job.
15. Although Wynand actually does love Dominique, what is more important to him in their relationship?
(a) The fact that he owns her.
(b) That she is so different from him.
(c) That she is so influential in society.
(d) That their marriage is romantic.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is the defeat so devastating to Wynand?
2. What happens when a "Banner" reporter interviews Dominique?
3. What sin does Peter confess after seeing Katie again?
4. What finally persuades Wynand to meet Dominique?
5. What finally defeats Wynand?
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