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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. What does success represent for the male Rake?
(a) A sign of more women to come.
(b) The finale of the drama.
(c) A boost in his self-esteem.
(d) The beginning of a long relationship.
2. What does the author say helps to consolidate the seducer's hold both before and after inflicting pain?
(a) Gentleness and kindness.
(b) Being critical.
(c) A phone call.
3. The author says there is a great element of _____ involved in sending mixed signals.
4. In Chapter 5, the author describes a writer named Lawrence who is more _____ than _____.
5. What career are Charismatic types "ideal" for?
Short Answer Questions
1. How can people fight their Anti-Seducer tendencies?
2. What is the Siren often empowered by?
3. The husband of one woman who had "given into" Rasputin was _____ more than _____.
4. What man is discussed in The Coquette, whose love distracts him from his other activities?
5. What group, according to the author, might experience some chaos at times about where they have been placed professionally?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author say might cause an Ideal Lover relationship to collapse?
2. What does the author say is required for one to indulge another?
3. According to the author, what makes the Rake a decidedly masculine figure?
4. Describe "the wound" from Chapter 5, "Create a Need: Stir Anxiety & Discomfort".
5. Describe the female Dandy.
6. In The Charmer, what does the statement, "Charmed, I'm sure" communicate?
7. Why does the author say a seducer should never try to seduce his or her own type?
8. How does Madame Recamier send mixed signals in Book 2: Chapter 3?
9. What does the author say is the seductive power of the charmer?
10. Describe the "magnet and steel effect" that is discussed in Book 2: Chapter 3.
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