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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Hero is often endowed with the ability to pass back and forth between ______________.
(a) Spirit and non-spirit
(b) Right and wrong
(c) The two worlds
(d) Truth and disbelief
2. What does Campbell attempt to show relates within mythology?
3. There is ___________ for the interpretation of myths.
(a) No good method
(b) No final system
(c) One proper system
(d) Many a process
4. The goal is an ultimate reunion between physical and _________ worlds.
5. As human society and culture evolves, so do its mythic ___________.
6. Separation of ___________ is a universal symbol for the separation from the spirit.
(a) Right and wrong
(b) Yin and yang
(c) Truth and fiction
(d) Male and female
7. What is the simple answer to why the Hero would want to return to a world after his journey?
(a) It's impossible to avoid.
(b) It's necessary.
(c) There is no simple answer.
(d) It's part of the book.
8. The spouse of the mother universe is the ____________.
(a) Invisible unknown.
(b) The writer of stories
(d) The seeker of myths
9. Myths have a direct relationship with the __________ experience of humanity.
10. What kind of element is the fire of the ritual in #125?
(c) Both genders
11. What is the experience of the outer world in relation to the psychological interpretation of the answer to #140?
(a) Conscious dreaming
(b) Waking experience
(c) Interactive reasoning
12. What does this section "The Keys" summarize?
(a) Christianity's flaws
(b) The Hero's Journey
(c) The downfall of religions
(d) Campbell's faith
13. At what age was the destiny of the Celtic warrior hero manifested?
(a) 18 years old
(b) 4 years old
(c) 5 years old
(d) 1 year old
14. The process through which humanity emerges and returns to that from which it emerged is called the ______ cycle.
15. In reference to the Hero, Campbell writes, "...the Law lives in him with his unreserved __________."
Short Answer Questions
1. The man-hero's third task is to _________ the destined power of his spirit.
2. What does Campbell quote at length in this section?
3. Campbell notes that many cultures have an explanation for the process of life/noise emerging from ________.
4. What includes specific references, that Campbell quotes, to the human body becoming one with the parts of the gods?
5. It can be dangerous to to interpret myths solely as _______ of historical events and circumstances.
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