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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The first task of the man-hero is to break down the ____________ to union with God.
(a) Emotional barriers
(b) Stereotypical obstacles
(c) Familial discontent
(d) Physical barriers
2. Dreams have a direct relationship with the individual experience of the ___________.
(a) Understanding of the analyst
3. "The freedom won from the malice of the monster....is symbolized as a _________."
(b) Purse of wealth
4. What is the purpose of baptism, at least on its surface?
(a) Bring person into the church
(b) Wash away original sin
(c) Create a fresh start
(d) Help the church recognize that person
5. Death can be just as dangerous as the journey into _________.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the term for one emergence, one living, and one return?
2. About Mary: "....her womb, remaining fallow as the primordial abyss, summons to itself...the original power that fertilized the _______."
3. Campbell believes that Christianity has turned the stories of the Bible from symbolic meanings to shallow _______.
4. Who is the goddess from the Hindu goddess-virgin story?
5. The end of the life of the _______ is portrayed as a return to the state in which life and consciousness came into being.
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the freedom won from the malice of the monster symbolized as?
2. Describe the content of "Childhood of the Human Hero."
3. What occurs in "Freedom to Live"?
4. Summarize "Transformations of the Hero" and "The Primordial Hero and the Human."
5. Over time, what has happened to core myths, according to Campbell?
6. What is the end of the life in the universe portrayed as in this section?
7. Summarize "The Universal Round."
8. Why can't myths be compared directly to dreams?
9. What is death portrayed as, according to Campbell?
10. What are some of the symbols Campbell points out in the Christian sacrament of baptism?
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