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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What activity did Genji share with his young conquest?
(b) Horseback riding.
(c) Music lessons.
(d) Art class.
2. What historical figure in Chapter 18, "Stir Up the Transgressive and Taboo" has a controversial relationship with a half sibling?
(a) Andy Warhol.
(b) Lord Byron.
(c) Henry James.
(d) Martin Luther King, Jr.
3. What well known fact does the author say the historical figure proclaims?
(a) He is married to his sibling.
(b) He is a starving artist.
(c) He has a child with his sibling.
(d) He lives with a man.
4. What does the author claim seductive writing is a fabulous form of?
(a) Advertising copy.
(c) Speech writing.
5. How does the author say women can be successful as seducers?
(a) By dressing better.
(b) By making bold moves.
(c) By copying men.
(d) By doing nothing.
6. The relationship between Casanova and Mathilde allows for _____ to be used and natural _____ to emerge.
(a) Harsh words/Sadness.
(b) Theatrical effort/Drama.
7. In Chapter 12, "Poeticize your Presence", the author asserts that players will avoid making their partner overly _____ of their whole _____.
8. How does the author say seducers should work the emotions of their victims?
(a) Inflame their emotions then resume being nice.
(b) Criticize them then offer them sweets.
(c) Do something that annoys the victim on a regular basis.
(d) Be consistently cold and indifferent.
9. What term does the author use to describe the victim's idealized self-image, which is the key force that needs to be engaged?
(a) Childhood regression.
(b) Oedipal relationship.
(c) Ego ideal.
(d) Infantile regression.
10. What does the woman in Chapter 21 begin to receive from a secret admirer?
11. Who does the author say seduces many female lovers during private, spiritually oriented meetings?
12. What is the primary focus during the "proving phase", discussed in Chapter 16?
(a) The man.
(b) The woman.
(c) Showing off.
13. What is the relationship between Casanova and Mathilde dependent on?
(b) Permission from Mathilde's father.
(c) Difficult circumstances.
(d) A divorce.
14. What does the author say can support a seduction of a spouse or soldiers for a cause?
(a) Keeping a concubine.
(b) Creating an Oedipal triangle.
(c) Cultivating virtues of seducer's religion.
(d) Criticizing the other's beliefs.
15. What is a happily ever after romance referred to in Chapter 15, "The Seductive Process"?
(a) The anti-seduction.
(b) The everlasting seduction.
(c) An outlier.
(d) The marriage point.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author say causes pain and tension, yet is the source of some of life's most inspiring dramas?
2. The author says in "Mix Pleasure with Pain" that the seducer can _____ the victim's _____ to the emotional rushes of the ups and downs of life.
3. What does the author say seduction involves in Chapter 9?
4. In another example of isolating the victim in Chapter 15, "The Seductive Process", what gift does a king in the fifth century B.C. receive?
5. What does the author say is easier to accomplish in a repressive culture?
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