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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2: Chapter 3, Sections 1 and 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When a civilization begins to reinterpret its mythology...the ________ goes out of it.
2. Whenever the poetry of myth is interpreted as biography...it is ________.
(c) Made more relevant
(d) Made powerful
3. What is a narrative form anchored in the pain and fear of that ultimate truth of death?
4. What is the connection that is actually being sought?
(b) Spiritual transcendence
(d) Beauty within self and life
5. The first task of the man-hero is to break down the ____________ to union with God.
(a) Stereotypical obstacles
(b) Physical barriers
(c) Emotional barriers
(d) Familial discontent
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Campbell say all cities build in order to represent the idea of this central area?
2. What kind of maiden exposes herself to danger in a quest for porcupine quills?
3. Whose serenity, peace and transcendence does Campbell seem to say is ideal?
4. Separation of ___________ is a universal symbol for the separation from the spirit.
5. In many Hero stories, the Hero decides __________ after his journey.
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