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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. 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?
(a) A woman.
(b) A diamond necklace.
(c) A lock.
(d) A castle.
2. The relationship between Casanova and Mathilde allows for _____ to be used and natural _____ to emerge.
(b) Theatrical effort/Drama.
(c) Harsh words/Sadness.
3. What does the author say in "Mix Pleasure with Pain" is about being personal and emotionally engaged?
4. Proving yourself to a target, writes the author, is a good way to _____ within the relationship.
(a) Create drama and suspense.
(b) Play with the tensions.
(c) Build trust.
(d) Find independence.
5. What is most spectacular about the tale of Casanova and Mathilde?
(a) It is a case where the couple lives happily ever after.
(b) It is a love story with absolutely no drama.
(c) It illustrates how weak Casanova is.
(d) It is a known case where Casanova is seduced by a woman.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the relationship between Casanova and Mathilde dependent on?
2. In Chapter 20,"Mix Pleasure with Pain", who seduces the Shah of Iran?
3. What strategy does the repenting man use on his target in "Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability"?
4. What does the author claim seductive writing is a fabulous form of?
5. Where does the author say exemplary relationships in the book come from?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the outcome of the journalist's interview with the Shah of Iran in Chapter 20?
2. How does the author say one can practice seductive writing?
3. How does the journalist seduce in her interview with the Shah of Iran in Chapter 20?
4. How does the author explain that idealization is an important part of the seduction process?
5. What is the victim strategy discussed in Chapter 13?
6. In Chapter 21, how is the story of the beautiful woman who hosts a writer's salon an example of intellectual seduction?
7. Describe Nora Eddington from Chapter 22, "The Physical Lures".
8. Why does the author say Errol Flynn succeeds at seducing Nora Eddington?
9. How does the author say one can weave fiction and nonfiction together when seducing?
10. How does Casanova respond to a father sending his daughter away, as described in Chapter 9, "Lead Astray-Creating Pleasure and Confusion"?
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