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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. Where was Nin's studio?
(c) Wallis and Futana.
2. In April of 1932, what did Miller claim to dislike?
(a) Faithless women.
(c) Happy couples.
(d) Overbearing men.
3. To represent her attachments to both Miller and Eduardo, what did Nin buy?
(a) Two scarves.
(b) Two brassieres.
(c) Two belts.
(d) Two bracelets.
4. If Nin should ever lose Miller, what did she claim would no longer be necessary?
5. In what way did Miller verbally express his love for Nin?
(a) He told her she needed to leave him for his own good.
(b) He told her he needed to write a story about her.
(c) He told her she needed to become more assertive.
(d) He told her he needed to own her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Miller begin to consider in July, despite Nin's insistence that he not?
2. What did Allendy predict would keep Nin unhappy?
3. How did Miller feel about Hugo?
4. What appeared to have been Miller's general attitude toward Nin and Mansfield in regards to his relationship with them?
5. Of the following, which was not one of the needs Nin required to be handled by men?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Mansfield's return worry both Miller and Nin?
2. Why did Miller tell Nin she was not beautiful?
3. What did Dr. Allendy believe about the root of Nin's inferiority complex?
4. Describe Nin's reflections about her relationship to Hugo at the end of April.
5. Why did Nin ultimately decide she needed analysis after her time with Miller and Perles at Louveciennes?
6. How was Nin deluding herself in her relationship with Miller?
7. How did Miller attempt to advance his relationship with Nin in May?
8. What was Dr. Allendy's analysis of Nin's relationships?
9. In what ways did Perles Miller's love for Nin in June and how did she counter his claims?
10. Why was Nin firm about her commitment that she would always choose Hugo over Miller?
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