The Art of Seduction Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

Robert Greene (author)
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the author say is one of women's natural fears regarding men?
(a) That men will physically harm them.
(b) That men will become oppressors.
(c) That men will love them then leave them.
(d) That men will lie to them.

2. What does the author say seducers have the ability to stir up during the experience of seduction?
(a) Weakness.
(b) Repressed feelings.
(c) Hunger pangs.
(d) Guilt.

3. What man is discussed in The Coquette, whose love distracts him from his other activities?
(a) Shakespeare.
(b) Napoleon.
(c) Disraeli.
(d) Genji.

4. How does the author describe honesty?
(a) Complicated.
(b) Essential.
(c) Admirable.
(d) Anti-seductive.

5. What group does the author say makes great targets and victims of seduction?
(a) People who are weak.
(b) People prone to addictions.
(c) People who are content.
(d) People who are at least in part unhappy.

6. The example of the indulging world leader mirrors how _____ were financially indulged by their lovers.
(a) Husbands.
(b) Courtesans.
(c) Poets.
(d) Wives.

7. Who does the author say attempts to create a union with a Russian Czar that will include a divorce from his wife?
(a) Napoleon.
(b) Warhol.
(c) Lord Byron.
(d) Greene.

8. What qualities of philosopher Lou Andreas Salome enabled her to lead men?
(a) Her strength of character and interests combined with how she handled her sexual and nonsexual appeal.
(b) Her intellegence and ability to emasculate them.
(c) Her superior technical and mechanical skills.
(d) Her ability to organize and plan events.

9. What type of people does the author say are virtually impossible to seduce?
(a) Truly content people.
(b) Depressed people.
(c) Married people.
(d) Single people.

10. What strategy does the author describe that a person can partially control to gain popularity in business?
(a) Using humor.
(b) Positioning yourself.
(c) Bribing others.
(d) Working harder than others.

11. What does the author say Cleopatra did with excellence?
(a) Make bold moves.
(b) Combining her serious qualities with her physical qualities.
(c) Dancing.
(d) Tell stories.

12. In The Coquette, how is the wife that the author describes cold?
(a) She ignores her husband when he talks to her.
(b) She says she would prefer the company of generals than her husband.
(c) She refuses the companionship that her husband repeatedly asks for.
(d) She complains about his friends, when he is clearly lonely.

13. Who does the author say is the ideal counterpart to Casanova?
(a) Charpillon.
(b) Cindy Adams.
(c) Josephine.
(d) Genji.

14. What does the author say people have the power to cultivate?
(a) Life-long friendships.
(b) Magnetism.
(c) Compassion.
(d) Business relationships.

15. How does the author say one defies the rules of seduction?
(a) By not playing along.
(b) By asking too many questions.
(c) By being ugly.
(d) By not following one's heart.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does the author say the Rake in modern America might find his niche with?

2. What word does the author use to describe people who are impervious to attempts to charm them?

3. Casanova gets _____ by his counterpart, even though she _____him.

4. How can people fight their Anti-Seducer tendencies?

5. The author compares indirect approaches of seduction to what?

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