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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 does Dick consider to be his experience level with women?
(d) Very little
2. On what had Rosemary's mother spent everything her husbands had left her?
(c) Vacation homes
(d) Rosemary's education
3. What does Dick realize about his feelings for Rosemary?
(a) He had better get Rosemary out of his life.
(b) He has reached a turning point in his life.
(c) He will focus more attention on Rosemary.
(d) He will spend more time with Nicole.
4. What does Rosemary think of back at her hotel?
(a) Going to Paris
(b) What it would be like to kiss Dick
(c) A new dress for a party
(d) Awards ceremoney at Cannes
5. Why does Rosemary invite Dick into her room?
(a) To get his opinion on a script
(b) To make love to him
(c) To show him her jewelry
(d) To show him the view
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the exploiters?
2. What is the name of Rosemary's mother?
3. What does Dick realize after talking to Clay Collis about Rosemary?
4. How long is Nicole's father required to stay away from her according to Franz Gregorovius?
5. What does Rosemary tell Dick in the taxi?
Short Essay Questions
1. What psychological protective mechanisms are put in place for Nicole?
2. What is Rosemary's response when Dick will not comply with her request to make love?
3. What lesson does Rosemary learn when Dick again rebuffs her advances?
4. What are the effects of Dick's habit of giving compliments to Rosemary?
5. Why does Rosemary not have fun at the party after she analyzes the evening?
6. How does Rosemary equate Nicole to her mother?
7. How does the duel turn into an entertainment event?
8. Describe the setting for the opening of the novel.
9. What differences does Rosemary note in her spending habits and Nicole's?
10. How is Dick able to ascertain that Nicole is upset about his continuing attention toward Rosemary?
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