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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What female philosopher is named as a female dandy?
2. Casanova gets _____ by his counterpart, even though she _____him.
3. What does President Kennedy partially use to win over the masses?
(c) Basic theatre skills.
(d) Magic tricks.
4. The author says that Marlene Dietrich also had an element of what to her?
(a) The Rake.
(b) The Natural.
(c) The Siren.
5. The author says there is a great element of _____ involved in sending mixed signals.
6. The author explains that gaining popularity applies to _____ as much as it does to romance.
7. What was "the trick," that the author describes, that was used against Cleopatra?
(a) Playing hard to get.
(b) Asking for favors first thing in the morning.
(c) Being mean to her, then apologizing with gifts.
(d) Being nice to her without getting particularly emotional.
8. According to the author, what is charm a combination of?
(a) Natural buoyancy with good manners and a bit of style.
(b) Professionalism and a sense of fun.
(c) Confidence and an ability to flatter people with low self-esteem.
(d) Fantasy and reality.
9. The morning after the tryst with the married woman in "Master the Art of Insinuation" , who advises and releases the young man?
(a) The servants.
(b) The young man's other lover.
(c) The husband.
(d) The married woman.
10. The author states that many of the world's greatest ____ have been charming.
(b) Social workers.
(c) Game show hosts.
11. What worked "like a charm" in the Madame's relationship with the King?
(a) She nurtured herself and the King.
(b) She learned to cook all of his favorite meals.
(c) She spread rumors about the other women.
(d) She only said kind things to him.
12. What activities gave Krishnamurti a perception of power?
(a) Hosting parties and traveling to exotic places.
(b) Years of discipline and study.
(c) Political organizing and campaining.
(d) Running and yoga.
13. The author uses an example of a world leader and a _____ to illustrate entering one's spirit.
(b) Rival leader.
14. What type of people does the author say are virtually impossible to seduce?
(a) Depressed people.
(b) Truly content people.
(c) Married people.
(d) Single people.
15. What word does the author use to describe people who are impervious to attempts to charm them?
Short Answer Questions
1. The author states that the power of what is not rooted in physical appearance?
2. What charming woman does the author describe whose persuasiveness and popularity were so intense that people rejected her husband?
3. What famous Madame does the author describe as the main figure in The Ideal Lover?
4. What does the author say helps to consolidate the seducer's hold both before and after inflicting pain?
5. Who does the author say is seduced by Count Saint-Germain?
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