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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Nin claim about her love for Miller?
(a) It allowed her to further experience the world of which she had always dreams.
(b) It heightened her creativity.
(c) It made her tougher.
(d) It made her weak.
2. Where was Nin's studio?
(d) Wallis and Futana.
3. What did Nin allow Miller and Perles to do in her studio?
(a) Eat her food.
(b) Read her journals.
(d) Drink her wine.
4. Which lover caused Nin the most anxiety?
5. What did Nin ask of Miller in May?
(a) She asked him to break up with her.
(b) She asked him to allow her to spend time with Mansfield.
(c) She asked him to write in her journal.
(d) She asked him to impregnate her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following was not one of the traits Miller claimed Nin needed in a partner?
2. Why did Nin ultimately decide she needed analysis in April?
3. In regards to his relationship with Nin, what did Miller desire of Mansfield in April of 1932?
4. Who suggested to Nin that she might be losing herself in what was not hers?
5. What did Allendy initially believe was at the heart of Nin's problem?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Nin unable to believe Miller would leave Mansfield for her?
2. Describe the double standards in Miller and Nin's relationship.
3. What was Dr. Allendy's analysis of Nin's relationships?
4. Why did Nin ultimately decide she needed analysis after her time with Miller and Perles at Louveciennes?
5. What did Dr. Allendy believe about the root of Nin's inferiority complex?
6. How was Miller hypocritical about relationships?
7. How was Nin deluding herself in her relationship with Miller?
8. Describe Nin's discussion about her femininity with Dr. Allendy.
9. Describe Nin's studio at Louveciennes.
10. How did Perles and Miller's differing loves for Nin start to become problematic around April?
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