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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 was Parsifal?
(a) A woodworker who make round tables.
(b) The writer of "Meditations."
(c) A playwrite.
(d) A legendary knight from the Middle Ages.
2. Which personality type does Pearson say is vital in the return from the journey?
3. Which archetype does Pearson say eliminates a person's old ways of living and makes way for new thinking?
4. According to Pearson, which archetype helps to channel some energy out of the id?
5. What is the first element that Pearson says the self forms on its journey through life?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which personality type does Pearson say wants a persona that is friendly to the world?
2. According to Pearson, which archetype seems to have extra energy?
3. What, according to Pearson, do orphans hope will rescue them?
4. Which is NOT one of the four basic archetypes discussed in Chapter 9?
5. Which of Pearson's archetypes is often accompanied by suffering?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain Pearson's thoughts about the "midlife crisis."
2. Briefly describe a metaphor for Pearson's journey of life.
3. How does Pearson explain the difference between the id and the Fool?
4. What are the negative aspects of the Warrior that Pearson discusses in Chapter 8?
5. Explain the "death wish." Which archetype does Pearson say is associated with it and why?
6. What are the four archetypes Pearson says make up the preparation for the journey?
7. Why does Pearson say it is important for a person to have a strong ego? What problems might a weak ego cause?
8. What is the role of the Seeker discussed in Chapter 10, and when does it initially become important?
9. Which archetype does Pearson say is often featured in modern literature?
10. What does Pearson say is the negative side to the Innocent archetype?
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