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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 type of fantasy fits into room three?
(a) Younger men.
(d) Older men.
2. What is room five categorized as?
3. Where does Celeste imagine that she and her husband are making love?
(b) El Capitan Theater.
(c) Madison Square Garden.
(d) Jackson Square.
4. When Nancy Friday began questioning women about fantasies, what was the initial consensus?
(a) That women enjoyed discussing fantasies openly.
(b) That women did not enjoy sex.
(c) That men told women not to have fantasies.
(d) That women did not have fantasies.
5. Who did the author discover had to be absent for women to talk openly about fantasies?
(a) Older adults.
(c) Groups of four or more.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the women in room nine excited about?
2. Who does Louella have fantasies about?
3. When Marion fantasizes, what does she imagine herself as?
4. Which of the following sets the tone for the novel?
5. According to the author, who gave her inhibitions about fantasies?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do women fantasize, according to Nancy Friday?
2. Describe how Nancy Friday achieves the tone for this book.
3. What is the purpose of Chapter 2?
4. Describe Nancy Friday's use of the metaphor of a house to represent women's fantasies.
5. What is Nancy Friday's goal in showing how women have fantasies in different themes?
6. How did Nancy Friday begin bringing up the topic of fantasies and what did she find?
7. During sexual activity, how does the importance of the mind compare to the importance of the body?
8. What is an example of frustration?
9. What did the author request from those who saw her ads? How did she react to the responses?
10. What type of fantasy is more common in men than in women?
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