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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.
(a) Life
(b) Meaning
(c) Purpose
(d) Intention

2. The Hero is free to live because he has lived true _________.
(a) Freedom
(b) Understanding
(c) Meaning
(d) Peace

3. Whose example of centuries long sleep does Campbell use?
(a) Rip Van Winkle
(b) Snow White
(c) Rapunzel
(d) Sleeping Beauty

4. The place of the Hero's the mid-point or navel of the world.
(a) Birth
(b) Faith
(c) Beginning
(d) Death

5. What can not be directly compared to dream?
(a) Spiritual texts
(b) Myths
(c) Stories
(d) Faiths

6. Myths have a direct relationship with the __________ experience of humanity.
(a) Literal
(b) Spiritual
(c) Universal
(d) Solitary

7. Symbols are only the ________ of communication.
(a) Vehicles
(b) Words
(c) Signposts
(d) Images

8. Since _____ can be dangerous, Campbell suggests this is why it is marked by detailed, mythically grounded prayer.
(a) Faith
(b) Birth
(c) Life
(d) Death

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 _____________.
(a) Heroes
(b) Myths
(c) Universal goddess
(d) Stories

11. What kind of element is the fire of the ritual in #125?
(a) Masculine
(b) Genderless
(c) Feminine
(d) Both genders

12. As human society and culture evolves, so do its mythic ___________.
(a) Archetypes
(b) Heroes
(c) Beliefs
(d) Stories

13. The goal is an ultimate reunion between physical and _________ worlds.
(a) Psychological
(b) Christian
(c) Spiritual
(d) Mythological

14. When myths are reinterpreted from older times to modern times, the link between the perspectives is ___________.
(a) Strengthened
(b) Unaffected
(c) Dissolved
(d) Made clear

15. Campbell notes that many cultures have an explanation for the process of life/noise emerging from ________.
(a) Birth
(b) Death
(c) Ego/superego.
(d) Nothingness/silence

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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