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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. With what type of emotion did Xaviera end the book?
(a) Optimism.
(b) Sadness.
(c) Happiness.
(d) Curiosity.

2. When Xaviera described stockbrokers in "Chapter 11, Different Strokes for Different Folks, or, Wall Street and Me" what did she say was the reason for their behavior?
(a) Their Irish background.
(b) Their Scottish background.
(c) Their Austrailian background.
(d) Their British background.

3. What did Xaviera categorize in"Chapter 11, Different Strokes for Different Folks, or, Wall Street and Me"?
(a) Her clients.
(b) Uses of money.
(c) Locations of brothels.
(d) Pros and cons of prostitution.

4. What heritage did Xaviera say most stockbrokers who saw her were?
(a) British.
(b) Scottish.
(c) Irish.
(d) Austrailian.

5. When Xaviera spoke of an actress who was a customer of hers, what did the actress' husband do for a living?
(a) A film producer.
(b) A stockbroker.
(c) A news anchor.
(d) A congressman.

6. Why did Xaviera give aliases to many of the clients she spoke of in "Chapter 12, Whipped (S)cream"?
(a) To protect them.
(b) To protect them and herself.
(c) To protect herself.
(d) None of the above.

7. What was Xaviera initially attracted to about Paul?
(a) His looks.
(b) His house.
(c) His wealth.
(d) His personality.

8. Who was Xaviera introduced to by Robin Moore?
(a) Joshua the Cop.
(b) Abe the Bugger.
(c) Sally the Journalist.
(d) Alex the Electrician.

9. What did Xaviera acknowledge about her relationship with Larry?
(a) She wanted to marry him.
(b) She didn't want to be with him forever.
(c) She never understood him.
(d) She never really liked him.

10. What did Xaviera say prostitutes had to be for their clients?
(a) The same thing to every person.
(b) Girlfriends.
(c) Different things to different people.
(d) Friends.

11. Who did Xaviera say she trusted when it came to her business as a madam of a brothel?
(a) Only herself.
(b) Her employees.
(c) Her clients.
(d) Her employees' pimps.

12. Why did Xaviera agree to cooperate with the committee entitled the New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Crime?
(a) To stop prostitution from being illegal.
(b) To stop child abandonment.
(c) To help prostitutes in jail.
(d) To help with immigration issues.

13. What did Xaviera compare to her days as a prostitute at the end of the book?
(a) Prostitution of today.
(b) Prostitution in the future.
(c) Prostitution before her time.
(d) People's thoughts on prostitution when she was in the business.

14. What did Xaviera refer to when she said the line, "ships passing in the night", in "Chapter 16, Ships in the Night"?
(a) Her understanding of society.
(b) Her mother and father's marriage.
(c) Her meetings with her step-sister.
(d) Her affairs with men.

15. What activities did Xaviera say she felt were completely separate from each other?
(a) Love and sex.
(b) Career and hobby.
(c) Money and career.
(d) Love and marriage.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where did Xaviera meet Paul Lindfield?

2. Due to issues that involved Green Cards, what was Xaviera vulnerable to?

3. What was the profession of Xaviera's customer who was given the alias, Marco Polo?

4. What did Xaviera say most prostitutes were unable to do?

5. What was another word used in the book to describe a customer of a prostitute?

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