Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. A woman can be helped and hindered by what forces?
(a) She can be helped by society, but hindered by herself.
(b) All answers are correct.
(c) She can be helped by herself, but hindered by society.
(d) She can be helped by herself and society.

2. What term does the author use for forces of self?
(a) Inner forces.
(b) Internal forces.
(c) Alpha forces.
(d) Natural forces.

3. What was the explanation for Athena's seemingly odd companions?
(a) She preferred animals over people.
(b) She prided herself on resisting temptation.
(c) There isn't one, really.
(d) She preferred mortals over gods.

4. Artemis was the first-born of what?
(a) A set of twins.
(b) Six girls.
(c) A set of triplets.
(d) Three girls and two boys.

5. Why does the author choose to incorporate knowledge of the goddesses into her book?
(a) Because religion helps people find their reasons for living.
(b) Because she is a firm believer in the mythos and gods of the ancient pantheons.
(c) Because the goddesses embody certain characteristics that every woman has.
(d) Because categorizing women's personalities using the goddesses helps them identify other women with similar characteristics, to whom they can relate.

6. How many books did the author write before this one?
(a) One.
(b) None.
(c) A few.
(d) Many.

7. When was Apollo born?
(a) Six months after Artemis.
(b) Nine months after Artemis.
(c) Nine days and nights after Artemis.
(d) One year before Artemis.

8. Who was Artemis' mother?
(a) Hera.
(b) Eris.
(c) Leto.
(d) Demeter.

9. How many goddesses are in the third group?
(a) Four.
(b) One.
(c) Three.
(d) Two.

10. What was the last thing Artemis requested from her father?
(a) Skill with weapons.
(b) Permanent chastity.
(c) Separation from her mother.
(d) A new home.

11. The author says in Book 2, Chapter 2, that she devotes the rest of Book 2 to doing what with the goddesses?
(a) Showing the ways in which they are outdated and don't apply to modern society.
(b) Determining the symbolism of their respective mythos.
(c) Evaluating them, in-depth.
(d) Disproving their stories.

12. Book 2, Chapter, 3 is devoted to which group of goddesses?
(a) The maternal goddesses.
(b) The virgin goddesses.
(c) The transformative goddesses.
(d) The vulnerable goddesses.

13. How many goddesses are in the second group?
(a) Two.
(b) Four.
(c) Three.
(d) One.

14. What is the first metaphor used to explain the triggering of archetypes?
(a) The growth of crystals.
(b) The development of a fetus.
(c) Starting a car.
(d) The formation of glaciers.

15. For what weapon did Artemis ask her father?
(a) Spear.
(b) Sling.
(c) Mace.
(d) Bow and arrow.

Short Answer Questions

1. Every Greek city-state had a mass what?

2. How many goddesses does the author include in this book?

3. An Athena woman is the most apt to be able to survive what?

4. Who caused the male gods to fall in love with Hestia?

5. Why does the author contrast the goddesses in Book 2, Chapter 3?

(see the answer keys)

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