|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When a civilization begins to reinterpret its mythology...the ________ goes out of it.
2. The Hero is free to live because he has lived true _________.
3. Whose example of centuries long sleep does Campbell use?
(a) Rip Van Winkle
(b) Snow White
(d) Sleeping Beauty
4. The place of the Hero's ____....is the mid-point or navel of the world.
5. What can not be directly compared to dream?
(a) Spiritual texts
6. Myths have a direct relationship with the __________ experience of humanity.
7. Symbols are only the ________ of communication.
8. Since _____ can be dangerous, Campbell suggests this is why it is marked by detailed, mythically grounded prayer.
9. What is the example of the literal/physical ascent into Heaven?
(a) Christ's prayer
(b) Christ's crucifixion
(c) Christ's transfiguration
(d) Christ's death
10. The future of each life is contained in the various manifestations of the _____________.
(c) Universal goddess
11. What kind of element is the fire of the ritual in #125?
(d) Both genders
12. As human society and culture evolves, so do its mythic ___________.
13. The goal is an ultimate reunion between physical and _________ worlds.
14. When myths are reinterpreted from older times to modern times, the link between the perspectives is ___________.
(d) Made clear
15. Campbell notes that many cultures have an explanation for the process of life/noise emerging from ________.
Short Answer Questions
1. And as a continuation of #110, the Hero also has to ___________ what he's learned.
2. The process through which humanity emerges and returns to that from which it emerged is called the ______ cycle.
3. Who was conceived under supernatural circumstances but ruled with a strong connection to the real world?
4. Death is the opportunity for ______ with the Unmoved Mover.
5. Campbell suggests that humanity has become too ___________ and too individualistic to have room for that which transcends that physical world.
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