Chapter 1: The Siren | The Rake
1. What is the Siren often empowered by?
2. What does the author suggest is deceptive to emphasize?
3. What does the author say Cleopatra did with excellence?
(a) Combining her serious qualities with her physical qualities.
(b) Make bold moves.
(d) Tell stories.
4. With men who are Rakes, the harder a woman is to get, the what?
(a) More angry he becomes.
(b) Less he will try.
(c) More frustrated he becomes.
(d) Harder he will try.
5. What does success represent for the male Rake?
(a) A boost in his self-esteem.
(b) A sign of more women to come.
(c) The beginning of a long relationship.
(d) The finale of the drama.
6. Who does the author say the Rake in modern America might find his niche with?
(a) Married women.
(c) Online daters.
(d) Single women.
The Ideal Lover | The Dandy
7. What famous Madame does the author describe as the main figure in The Ideal Lover?
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