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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the condition for Peter's getting the Stoneridge Homes project?
(a) Peter must hire Mallory to do some sculptures.
(b) Dominique must go alone with Wynand on a cruise.
(c) Peter must tell Francon he is using Dominique to get the job.
(d) Dominique must stay married to Peter.
2. What happens when a "Banner" reporter interviews Dominique?
(a) It becomes the first reference to the marriage in the press.
(b) Wynand locks Dominique in their penthouse.
(c) Dominique refuses to talk to her.
(d) Wynand fires the reporter.
3. What does Roark discover about Cortlandt Homes when he returns for the sailing trip with Wynand?
(a) His designs were faulty.
(b) Peter decided to change the plans.
(c) The plans were changed from his design.
(d) The project is just as he designed it.
4. Who visits Peter after he goes into seclusion?
5. How does Toohey get his job back at the "Banner"?
(a) By retracting everything bad he ever said about Roark.
(b) By blackmailing Scarret.
(c) By apologizing to Wynand.
(d) By court order.
6. Wynand once threatened to kill Roark and Dominique if they got together. Why does he not do it?
(a) He knows he would be the first suspect if they were murdered.
(b) He would rather kill himself.
(c) He still likes Roark and does not want to harm him.
(d) He feels guilty about turning on Roark.
7. Where is Katie living now?
(c) Cortlandt Homes.
(d) With Toohey.
8. How does Dominique discover that Roark will be the architect for her new house?
(a) She reads about it in the newspaper.
(b) She has a dream that tells her Roark will re-enter her life.
(c) She recognizes his style when she sees the drawings.
(d) Toohey calls to tell her.
9. In his own defense, how does Roark contrast himself as a creator with those who preach selflessness?
(a) He says a creator's work pushes man forward while the others are parasites.
(b) He says his position is wrong and he is sorry.
(c) He sees that he cannot win and throws himself on the mercy of the court.
(d) He says selflessness encourages creativity as a group effort.
10. What is it that Peter does not understand, has never understood, about Roark?
(a) That Roark just wants to be controversial and difficult.
(b) That Roark is as much a fake as he is.
(c) That Roark always holds out for more money.
(d) That Roark's finished work is the only thing important to him.
11. What becomes of Toohey?
(a) He starts all over again at another newspaper.
(b) He has a heart attack and dies.
(c) He goes to jail for attempting to kill Roark.
(d) He commits suicide.
12. What does Toohey demand be done with Roark?
(a) He wants him executed.
(b) He wants Roark to rebuild using his original plans.
(c) He wants to free Roark.
(d) He wants Roark to make a public apology.
13. What is Toohey's motivation to have Wynand meet Dominique?
(a) He wants Dominique to find out why Roark is a failure.
(b) He now wants to destroy Peter.
(c) He wants Dominique to divorce Peter and marry Wynand.
(d) He wants her to get Peter hired to design Wynand's Stoneridge Homes project.
14. Who takes over the Cortlandt Homes project?
(a) Ellsworth Toohey.
(b) Gail Wynand.
(c) Roger Enright.
(d) Dominique Francon.
15. Who helps Roark blow up the Cortlandt Homes project?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Dominique feel about the Wynand building?
2. When Dominique and Wynand return early from their cruise, what is Peter's concern?
3. How does Wynand react when he discovers that Dominique helped Roark destroy Cortlandt Homes?
4. How is Gail Wynand able to build the Wynand building after shutting down the "Banner"?
5. After blowing up the Cortlandt Homes housing project, what does Roark do?
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