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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 is the name of the woman who feels her fantasy is so perfect that the book cannot be published without it?
2. What is the name of the woman used as an example of becoming confused about fantasy versus reality?
3. Which fantasies are often the most exciting ones?
(a) The most recent ones.
(b) The first ones.
(c) The ones involving romance.
(d) The ones involving younger men.
4. According to the author, what gives women the most fantasies?
(a) Mundane activities.
5. What does Nancy Friday confess to?
(a) Having fantasies about women.
(b) Watching men's trousers.
(c) Examining women's breasts.
(d) Forgetting her first sexual experience.
Short Answer Questions
1. What might stop a woman from acting out fantasies in reality, according to the author?
2. What might lead a woman to becoming more repressed?
3. What does Miranda often dream of?
4. How do fantasies become more elaborate?
5. What are women often told that they are, according to the author?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do experts compare visual arousal by men and women and how does Nancy Friday refute this?
2. How does the theme of sexual equality play into Nancy Friday's chapter about guilt?
3. What effects might sharing or acting out fantasies have on a relationship?
4. Why are men threatened by the idea of a woman's fantasy?
5. Where does Nancy Friday say that many women get their fantasies?
6. Describe the letter a man wrote to Nancy Friday about his wife.
7. Why do many women avoid acting out their fantasies in reality?
8. Is Nancy Friday effective in explaining how women get their fantasy ideas from? Why or why not?
9. Why do women feel guilty about having fantasies?
10. What is the goal of Chapter 6?
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