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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Prologue, Section 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Hero have to do when he returns from his journey?
(b) He doesn't return
(c) Share his experience
2. What is the spiritual city, and thus center for those who practice the Muslim faith?
(b) The city of their mosque
(d) Their city of birth
3. What is NOT a symbol of this central item, as referenced in #25 and #26?
4. What does Campbell say are used to signify and to assist in the breaking of the attachment to one's parent?
5. What might the Hero be known as?
(a) The ultimate archetype
(b) The answer to the world's problems
(c) The weak child
(d) The classic protagonist
Short Answer Questions
1. What is this transcendent source worthy of, according to Campbell?
2. What does Campbell say all cities build in order to represent the idea of this central area?
3. Which section deals with the theories about the importance and/or presence of myth in human culture, society, and individual experience?
4. What joins at this central area as described in #28?
5. Whose temptation and transcendence does Campbell discuss in this section?
This section contains 219 words
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