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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. The author states that the power of what is not rooted in physical appearance?
2. The author explains that gaining popularity applies to _____ as much as it does to romance.
3. The author states that many of the world's greatest ____ have been charming.
(a) Game show hosts.
(c) Social workers.
4. How does the author describe honesty?
5. Who does the author say the Rake in modern America might find his niche with?
(a) Single women.
(b) Married women.
(d) Online daters.
Short Answer Questions
1. The husband of one woman who had "given into" Rasputin was _____ more than _____.
2. What type of people does the author say has an advantage in getting hired?
3. Who does the author say is seduced by Count Saint-Germain?
4. What quality does the target have that makes the seducer want to indulge him or her?
5. The author says that Andy Warhol retained an aura of _____, regardless of whether or not he _____.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author describe indecisive results in seduction on the military scale?
2. How does the author's statement about habitual affection between spouses contradict other statements about seduction?
3. What challenges does the author name that women face in positioning themselves in business?
4. Describe how Marlene Dietrich developed a method of success that was unlike most other women in the theater.
5. According to the author, what makes the Rake a decidedly masculine figure?
6. In The Charismatic, how does Rasputin, the peasant, show his Charismatic qualities?
7. Why does the author insist that most victims of seduction are willing ones?
8. In The Charmer, what does the statement, "Charmed, I'm sure" communicate?
9. What value does the author give in knowing Anti-Seducer traits?
10. How does Lou Andreas Salome create triangles in Chapter 4?
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