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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What emotion does the author say in "Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability" is attractive?
2. In "Use the Demonic Power of Words to Sow Confusion", the author tells readers to practice seeming what?
3. In military terms, the author says, to seduce is to make _____ strategy.
4. How does the woman in Chapter 21 shift her behavior after she receives the gift?
(a) She becomes jealous of his success.
(b) She becomes deeply depressed.
(c) She begins pursuing the man who once admired her.
(d) She begins writing her own book of poetry.
5. What does the author say causes pain and tension, yet is the source of some of life's most inspiring dramas?
(b) Differing values.
(c) Sharing morals.
(d) Similar upbringings.
6. What activity does the author warn has risks after a seduction?
(a) Having a serious conversation.
(b) Making a commitment.
(d) Re-seducing the other.
7. What is one way the author describes to weave fiction and nonfiction together when seducing?
(a) Spend every moment together.
(b) Role play.
(c) Watch television.
(d) Go to the theatre.
8. What type of people does the author advise against wooing with Christian piety or the occult?
(a) Christians and Wiccans.
(b) Earthy and cynical people.
(c) Troubled teens.
(d) Materialistic people.
9. What is the real cause for the vulnerabilities of the man described in Chapter 13, "Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability"?
(a) Low self-esteem.
(b) A lack of male friendship.
(c) A recent job loss from a high-ranking position.
(d) Another woman who he is also trying to seduce.
10. What does the author say is one of the most excellent ways in politics to involve oneself truly and in the realm of fantasy with another?
(d) Television ads.
11. Who does the author say is a seducer, despite his honesty in relationships?
(a) Lord Byron.
(b) Mark Antony.
12. What does the woman in Chapter 21 receive from the admirer after a gap of time without hearing from him?
(a) A silver vase.
(b) An angry letter.
(c) A wedding invitation.
(d) A book of his published poems.
13. Mathilde is not so much a real nun as a woman who is forced to live as if she what?
(a) Cared about sisterhood.
(b) Wants to be married.
(c) Were a nun.
(d) Has no control.
14. In "Poeticize your Presence", what is described as a fine element of seduction for those who are suited to giving or receiving it?
15. What does the author say is the greatest danger for a relationship?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the author say exemplary relationships in the book come from?
2. What does the author recommend for the slightest provocation after a seduction?
3. What does the author say the seducer can accomplish by isolating the victim?
4. The story in Chapter 14, "Confuse Desire and Reality - The Perfect Illusion", of a woman attempting to buy an expensive diamond necklace is an example of what?
5. The author suggests that all relationships rely on some element of _____ in order to be maintained.
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