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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. According to Pearson, which archetype seems to have extra energy?
2. What philosophy does Martin Heidigger follow?
3. What is the topic of Chapter 2?
(a) Multiple personality.
(b) The soul.
(c) The ego.
4. As discussed in Chapter 7, if an orphan becomes so dominated by a feeling of pain, what might the pain become?
(a) Inspiration for a better life.
(b) A source for pity.
(c) Their sense of identity.
(d) The topic of a good novel.
5. Which personality type helps in preparation for the journey discussed by Pearson?
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Chapter 7, what two things might cause disappointment for the orphan archetype?
2. What, according to Pearson, is a common complaint of many people in modern society?
3. In Chapter 5, what kind of sidekick does Pearson say a hero often has?
4. What word does the book use to define characteristic ways a personality interacts with the world?
5. Which archetype does Chapter 9 say is often taken for granted by others?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is an archetype and how many does Pearson discuss in this book?
2. Briefly describe "The Symposium." Who wrote it?
3. Explain the "shadow" discussed in this book, and give one example that Pearson gives of a shadow.
4. What does Pearson say are the traditional archetypes for men and women and how has time changed those?
5. Explain Pearson's thoughts about the "midlife crisis."
6. According to Pearson, what three aspects of personality must be respected throughout the hero's journey?
7. Briefly explain how Pearson explains that the self forms its identity. What is the first step? Then what?
8. What does Pearson say happens when an orphan refuses to be rescued?
9. What are some positive aspects Pearson discusses about the Destroyer archetype?
10. How does Pearson explain the difference between the id and the Fool?
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