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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 man-hero must break the tyrant's control and relate his spiritual ________.
2. And as a continuation of #110, the Hero also has to ___________ what he's learned.
(b) Hold onto
3. What is one way, Campbell suggests, humans can use to separate themselves from their outer layers and connect with spirit?
4. What is the purpose of baptism, at least on its surface?
(a) Wash away original sin
(b) Help the church recognize that person
(c) Create a fresh start
(d) Bring person into the church
5. Who destroyed the civilizations of the race that had conquered his own?
(a) King Alphonsus
(b) King Sargon
(c) King Sanloy
(d) King Barbar
Short Answer Questions
1. Myths have a direct relationship with the __________ experience of humanity.
2. Campbell suggests that humanity has become too ___________ and too individualistic to have room for that which transcends that physical world.
3. Death can be just as dangerous as the journey into _________.
4. What is the simple answer to why the Hero would want to return to a world after his journey?
5. The second task of the man-hero is to transcend the _________ spiritually.
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize "Transformations of the Hero" and "The Primordial Hero and the Human."
2. What is the "universal round"?
3. What does Campbell do in "The Keys"?
4. Summarize "The Crossing of the Return Threshold."
5. Summarize "The Virgin Birth - Mother Universe."
6. What occurs in "The Master of the Two Worlds"?
7. Where is the place of the Hero's birth?
8. Summarize "Within Space - Life."
9. Summarize "The Universal Round."
10. What does Campbell say happens when the poetry of myth is interpreted as biography, history, or science?
This section contains 530 words
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