Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women Test | Final 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. According to the author, what is part of overcoming depression?
(a) A letting go, or renewal.
(b) Developing an understanding of oneself.
(c) Discovering fulfilling activities.
(d) Forming new relationships.

2. What was written on the item Eris threw?
(a) "For the fairest."
(b) "For the wisest."
(c) "For the gentlest."
(d) "For the strongest."

3. What is the title of Book 2, Chapter 7?
(a) "The Virgin Goddesses."
(b) "The Vulnerable Goddesses."
(c) "The Maternal Goddesses."
(d) "The Transformative Goddesses."

4. What is the second chapter about Aphrodite called?
(a) "The Alchemical Goddess."
(b) "Goddess of Love and Beauty."
(c) "Aphrodite and Hephaestus."
(d) "The Transformative Goddess."

5. Who fought over the item that Eris tossed into the party?
(a) Hera, Artemis, and Athena.
(b) Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena.
(c) Athena, Persephone, and Hestia.
(d) Hera, Athena, and Demeter.

6. What defines the character of a heroine?
(a) Her intimate relationships.
(b) Her physical and emotional strength.
(c) Her decisions and choices.
(d) Her genetics and lineage.

7. According to the author, what group of women would be associated with the goddesses in Book 2, Chapter 7?
(a) Mature, maternal women.
(b) Elderly women.
(c) Homosexual women.
(d) Adolescent women.

8. What item did Eris throw into the middle of the party?
(a) A rose.
(b) A pomegranate.
(c) An apple.
(d) A bracelet.

9. How many consorts did Demeter's mate have before her?
(a) One.
(b) Two.
(c) Three.
(d) None.

10. How many generations of incestuous relationships are detailed in Greek mythology?
(a) Two.
(b) Three.
(c) None.
(d) One.

11. For the woman used as an example in Book 2, Chapter 11, what is the correlation between her relationships with men and her career success?
(a) She would have had greater success if her promiscuity had not tarnished her reputation.
(b) She was well-respected, in part due to her stable relationships and this contributed to her success.
(c) There is no indication that her career would have been affected had she been married.
(d) She had a great deal of success because people were always curious about her scandalous activities.

12. Where, in a woman's personality, might the goddess archetypes operate?
(a) At her level of awareness.
(b) Below her level of awareness.
(c) All answers are correct.
(d) Above her level of awareness.

13. Who was the mortal man selected to settle the dispute among the goddesses?
(a) Marcus Aurelius.
(b) Paris.
(c) Alexander.
(d) Troy.

14. The author assumes that, for many readers, vulnerability is closely associated with what?
(a) Sadness.
(b) Anxiety.
(c) Discomfort.
(d) Trust.

15. Why does the author differentiate between heroines and non-heroines?
(a) She doesn't want readers to believe that every woman is a heroine.
(b) She doesn't want non-heroines to get less recognition.
(c) She wants readers to see that heroines have more desirable qualities.
(d) They have many of the same qualities and are sometimes difficult to differentiate.

Short Answer Questions

1. Eris is the Greek goddess of what?

2. Hera reacted negatively to which of her husband's habits?

3. What was the most powerful and influential bond in Demeter's life?

4. According to Book 2, Chapter 7, having healthy relationships helps to prevent a woman from becoming what?

5. The author uses what type of woman as an example of an Aphrodite woman?

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