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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The morning after the tryst with the married woman in "Master the Art of Insinuation" , who advises and releases the young man?
(a) The husband.
(b) The married woman.
(c) The young man's other lover.
(d) The servants.
2. What does the author say epitomizes girlish charm?
(a) Girls with attitudes.
(c) The little fairy tale princess with her shoes and gown.
(d) Beauty pageant contestants.
3. Along with Insinuation, what other key aspect of seduction does the author name in the chapter, "Master the Art of Insinuation"?
4. Who does the author say the Rake in modern America might find his niche with?
(a) Single women.
(b) Online daters.
(d) Married women.
5. What is Casanova's counterpart famous for?
(a) Being a destroyer of men.
(b) Socializing with wealthy people.
(c) Interviewing world leaders.
(d) Having a famous spouse.
6. What is one practical use of being the Anti-Seducer, according to the chapter of the same name?
(a) Getting to know more people.
(b) Getting attention for being annoying.
(c) Getting rid of unwanted people.
(d) Learning to play with people's minds.
7. What activities gave Krishnamurti a perception of power?
(a) Running and yoga.
(b) Years of discipline and study.
(c) Hosting parties and traveling to exotic places.
(d) Political organizing and campaining.
8. What type of people does the author say are virtually impossible to seduce?
(a) Truly content people.
(b) Married people.
(c) Depressed people.
(d) Single people.
9. In The Natural/The Coquette, the author describe a woman who is able to receive funding through _____ rather than _____.
(c) Romance/Cleaning houses.
10. How does the author describe honesty?
11. 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?
(a) He starts dating the woman's friends.
(b) He begins to write plays about love.
(c) He befriends the woman without trying to take the relationship in a physical direction.
(d) He gets to know the woman's family.
12. What is the Siren often empowered by?
13. The author emphasizes that most victims are what?
(b) Going to fall for anything.
(d) Willing ones.
14. The story of a married woman seducing a younger man is an example of _____ from a _____ era.
15. Who does the author say attempts to create a union with a Russian Czar that will include a divorce from his wife?
(d) Lord Byron.
Short Answer Questions
1. Readers will be more successful at seduction if they _____ of seduction.
2. What benefit does the seducer gain from making the seducee feel insecure?
3. What modern group best represents the Star archetype?
4. Who does the author say is the ideal counterpart to Casanova?
5. In the chapter "Master the Art of Insinuation", who is unaware of the affair of the married woman that the author illustrates?
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