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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does the author say is seduced by Count Saint-Germain?
(b) Marilyn Monroe.
(c) Oscar Wilde.
2. What is Casanova's counterpart famous for?
(a) Being a destroyer of men.
(b) Having a famous spouse.
(c) Socializing with wealthy people.
(d) Interviewing world leaders.
3. What is a great indirect approach to creating a false sense of security?
(a) Promising to call after a date.
(b) Making an effort to befriend a target.
(c) Writing a letter.
(d) Telling the person there is hope for romance.
4. What modern group best represents the Star archetype?
(a) Business people.
5. The Star creates a _____ with some kinds of _____.
(a) Dramatic effect/Feelings of intimacy.
(b) Marketing plan/Publicity.
(c) Beautiful picture/Illusion.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author say helps to consolidate the seducer's hold both before and after inflicting pain?
2. In Chapter 5, the author describes a writer named Lawrence who is more _____ than _____.
3. How does the author warn readers at the start of Book 1?
4. How does the author say one defies the rules of seduction?
5. In the chapter "Master the Art of Insinuation", who is unaware of the affair of the married woman that the author illustrates?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Lawrence and Jessie's friendship altered in Chapter 5, "Create a Need: Stir Anxiety & Discomfort"?
2. How does Lou Andreas Salome create triangles in Chapter 4?
3. How does the author's statement about habitual affection between spouses contradict other statements about seduction?
4. What value does the author give in knowing Anti-Seducer traits?
5. What types of ideas does the author say a seductive woman might be inspired by?
6. What challenges does the author name that women face in positioning themselves in business?
7. How does the author describe indecisive results in seduction on the military scale?
8. In The Charmer, what does the statement, "Charmed, I'm sure" communicate?
9. Describe how Marlene Dietrich developed a method of success that was unlike most other women in the theater.
10. What is unusual about the relationship between the world leader and the journalist described in Chapter 7, "Enter Their Spirit"?
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