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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Proving yourself to a target, writes the author, is a good way to _____ within the relationship.
(a) Find independence.
(b) Create drama and suspense.
(c) Build trust.
(d) Play with the tensions.
2. What is the real cause for the vulnerabilities of the man described in Chapter 13, "Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability"?
(a) Another woman who he is also trying to seduce.
(b) A lack of male friendship.
(c) A recent job loss from a high-ranking position.
(d) Low self-esteem.
3. What living arrangement enabled Genji to have regular contact with his young conquest?
(a) They shared a small cottage.
(b) They lived on the same estate.
(c) Genji spent every weekend at the young woman's house.
(d) They were roommates.
4. What is the relationship between Casanova and Mathilde dependent on?
(a) Difficult circumstances.
(c) A divorce.
(d) Permission from Mathilde's father.
5. The author also suggests that all relationships based in _____ and _____ are boring.
6. According to the author, if a person is alone a lot, then the attentions received are liable to be what?
7. What does the author say seduction involves in Chapter 9?
8. 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?
(b) A hoax.
9. What well known fact does the author say the historical figure proclaims?
(a) He has a child with his sibling.
(b) He lives with a man.
(c) He is married to his sibling.
(d) He is a starving artist.
10. When people regress to when they were babies, the author claims they are cast back to their feelings of what?
(a) Losing their speech.
(b) Emotional dependency.
11. According to the author, seducers can nurture their victims' abilities to perceive their what?
12. How does the author attack the love of kindness in Chapter 20, "Mix Pleasure with Pain"?
(a) He tells the reader that kindness is not love.
(b) He suggests that evil is another form of kindness.
(c) He explains how kindness creates problems.
(d) He tells seducers to avoid being too nice.
13. What does the author say helps seducers find the best ways to prove themselves to targets?
(a) Having a history of long-term relationships.
(b) Knowing the targets.
(c) Being honest.
(d) Being wealthy.
14. What does the author say is often stirred up in intimacy, especially romance?
(b) Physical ailments.
(c) Deep emotions.
15. In military terms, the author says, to seduce is to make _____ strategy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What options does the author say seducers have after a few trysts?
2. In "Use the Demonic Power of Words to Sow Confusion", the author tells readers to practice seeming what?
3. What asset does the author say one should weave into his or her seductive system?
4. What is the primary focus during the "proving phase", discussed in Chapter 16?
5. In an example of an intellectual seduction in Chapter 21, "Give them space to Fall - The Pursuer is Pursued", a beautiful woman manages to promote the arts by doing what?
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