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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Dominique and Wynand return early from their cruise, what is Peter's concern?
(a) That he will not get his commission.
(b) That Toohey has done something to destroy him.
(c) That they will go on another cruise.
(d) That Dominique will not divorce him.
2. How is Gail Wynand able to build the Wynand building after shutting down the "Banner"?
(a) He has just enough of his fortune left to do it.
(b) He sells the house Roark built for him and Dominique.
(c) He sells his yacht.
(d) He uses money he had hidden in the Bahamas.
3. How does Roark define "selflessness"?
(a) As the greatest thing someone can do.
(b) As thinking for oneself.
(c) As a way to promote independence.
(d) As something that will destroy the world.
4. What horrifies Dominique a month after the Wynand house is finished?
(a) Wynand hates the house and wants to move.
(b) Wynand invites Roark to spend the night and he rejects the invitation.
(c) Wynand tells Dominique that Roark must never be invited in.
(d) Wynand invites Roark to spend the night and he accepts.
5. How does Dominique compare the success of Ike's play with the destruction of Roark's temple?
(a) She thinks the paper dealt fairly with both issues.
(b) She thinks the play is more important than the temple.
(c) She thinks they were unaffected by the newspaper.
(d) She says they were both great achievements of the Banner.
6. Where is Katie living now?
(a) Cortlandt Homes.
(b) With Toohey.
7. What becomes of Toohey?
(a) He commits suicide.
(b) He goes to jail for attempting to kill Roark.
(c) He starts all over again at another newspaper.
(d) He has a heart attack and dies.
8. What is the sole evidence the prosecution enters against Roark?
(a) The detonator that had Roark's fingerprints on it.
(b) Peter's testimony and the agreement he had with Roark.
(c) Dominique's testamony that she helped Roark.
(d) Roark's confession that he blew up Cortlandt Homes.
9. Why is the defeat so devastating to Wynand?
(a) He cannot be a follower.
(b) He trusts Toohey and now they are both out.
(c) He sees that he was right all the time.
(d) He loses Dominique when he loses the paper.
10. Why has Toohey orchestrated attacks on the "Banner"?
(a) It is part of his plan to take it over.
(b) It is just a joke he is playing.
(c) He knows opposition sells papers.
(d) He is getting back at Wynand for marrying Dominique.
11. On her way to Reno, why does Dominique stop over in Clayton, Ohio?
(a) Roark is there building a new building.
(b) Mallory is there waiting for her.
(c) She changes her mind about divorcing Peter.
(d) She is tired of the long train ride.
12. Peter returns to his first love. What is that?
(a) Writing short stories.
(d) Ballroom dancing.
13. How does Dominique discover that Roark will be the architect for her new house?
(a) She recognizes his style when she sees the drawings.
(b) Toohey calls to tell her.
(c) She has a dream that tells her Roark will re-enter her life.
(d) She reads about it in the newspaper.
14. Why does Wynand go often to the building site where Roark is working?
(a) He wants to reassure himself that he made the right choice.
(b) He finds real peace when he goes there.
(c) He cannot remember from day to day what it looks like.
(d) He want to make sure Roark is following orders.
15. What is the main feature of Roark's design for Monadnock Vacation village?
(a) Clusters of closely situated houses.
(b) A central shopping area.
(c) Privacy and uniqueness.
(d) Large houses with open spaces around them.
Short Answer Questions
1. What conclusion do Dominique and Wynand agree on?
2. What underhanded trick do the Aquitania Hotel developers play that backfires on them?
3. In his own defense, how does Roark contrast himself as a creator with those who preach selflessness?
4. Why, according to Roark, was Peter destroyed?
5. What does Peter do when he cannot figure out how to design the Cortlandt Homes project?
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