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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 Athena's father?
2. Why did the author of <i>Goddesses in Everywoman</i> choose to write this book?
(a) To promote Jungian psychology.
(b) To gain exposure for her own practice.
(c) To help and empower women.
(d) All answers are correct.
3. What is the first of two factors that would trouble an Athena woman whose marriage was dissolved?
(a) The fact that she had made a mistake.
(b) The fact that her husband didn't spend enough time with her.
(c) The fact that she is unaware of the situation.
(d) The fact that she isn't good-looking enough.
4. What is the second group of goddesses called?
(a) Transformative goddesses.
(b) Vulnerable goddesses.
(c) Virgin goddesses.
(d) Maternal goddesses.
5. With what did Artemis help her mother?
(a) Carrying water.
(b) Her brother's birth.
(c) Cooking and household duties.
(d) Caring for her father.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many of Artemis' wishes did her father grant?
2. Artemis developed a reputation for being helpful to whom?
3. What did Athena typically wear?
4. In what ways was Athena similar to Artemis?
5. Who was Athena's mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. How many years passed between the editions of <i>Goddesses in Everywoman</i>?
2. How does the author treat her patients?
3. What is one of the major characteristics of an Athena woman?
4. What is the difference between the two types of archetypes?
5. What is Hera's position in the Olympian family of gods?
6. According to the author, how does a heroine handle self-sacrifice?
7. How was Athena different from the other virgin goddesses?
8. The author of <i>Goddesses in Everywoman</i> is a proponent of what kind of therapy?
9. Aside from her mother and her husband, what was Persephone's other major relationship?
10. What does the author say about babies in Book 2, Chapter 1?
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