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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which archetype does Pearson say uses riddles and parables to express the truth and is engaged in finding truth?
2. Which gender does Pearson claim is geared to developing individual values?
3. What is that which is shown by the five senses?
4. In the "old times," what role does Pearson say the wife played in a family?
5. According to Pearson, what is the shadow of a ruler archetype?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pearson say the Sage seeks, and how is it reflected in his/her characteristics?
2. Briefly discuss the association Pearson makes between love and death.
3. What does Pearson claim are the extremes of the Fool archetype? Briefly explain.
4. Why does Pearson say the Lover is important to the Fool?
5. Define androgyny and explain its importance to this book.
6. Which two archetypes does Pearson say are pivotal in adolescence and why?
7. Which two archetypes does Pearson call pivotal in childhood and why?
8. What are the two shadow types of the Sage that Pearson gives? Explain them briefly.
9. What is the negative aspect of Eros in a mentoring situation based on Pearson's example in Chapter 12?
10. How does Pearson explain the difference between stereotypes and archetypes?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Regarding stages of the journey, discuss the dual importance of the Fool. What does Pearson believe would happen without the fool in both circumstances?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the archetypes that Pearson says are needed for preparing for the journey discussed in the book. Explain the importance of each.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the archetypes Pearson says are during the journey discussed in this book. Explain the importance of each.
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