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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 2: Create a False Sense of Security-Approach Indirectly.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Dandy is the quintessential what?
(c) Ladies man.
2. The author states that many of the world's greatest ____ have been charming.
(a) Social workers.
(b) Game show hosts.
3. What does the author say epitomizes girlish charm?
(a) The little fairy tale princess with her shoes and gown.
(b) Girls with attitudes.
(c) Beauty pageant contestants.
4. What is one practical use of being the Anti-Seducer, according to the chapter of the same name?
(a) Getting attention for being annoying.
(b) Learning to play with people's minds.
(c) Getting to know more people.
(d) Getting rid of unwanted people.
5. What worked "like a charm" in the Madame's relationship with the King?
(a) She spread rumors about the other women.
(b) She learned to cook all of his favorite meals.
(c) She only said kind things to him.
(d) She nurtured herself and the King.
Short Answer Questions
1. How can people fight their Anti-Seducer tendencies?
2. The husband of one woman who had "given into" Rasputin was _____ more than _____.
3. What activities gave Krishnamurti a perception of power?
4. In the same example from Chapter 2: Create a False Sense of Security-Approach Indirectly, how does the man indirectly attempt to seduce the woman?
5. What was "the trick," that the author describes, that was used against Cleopatra?
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