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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. What is the example of the literal/physical ascent into Heaven?
(a) Christ's transfiguration
(b) Christ's death
(c) Christ's crucifixion
(d) Christ's prayer
2. The second task of the man-hero is to transcend the _________ spiritually.
3. About Mary: "....her womb, remaining fallow as the primordial abyss, summons to itself...the original power that fertilized the _______."
(a) Human race
4. What does Campbell quote at length in this section?
(a) Scandanavian bedtime stories
(c) Kata Vata
(d) Kretilan verse
5. Whenever the poetry of myth is interpreted as biography...it is ________.
(b) Made powerful
(c) Made more relevant
Short Answer Questions
1. When a civilization begins to reinterpret its mythology...the ________ goes out of it.
2. What is the second effect of the cosmogonic emanations of universal power?
3. The characteristics of the physical world are ultimately a kind of ___________.
4. What is Campbell really saying is endless in terms of its process?
5. Separation of ___________ is a universal symbol for the separation from the spirit.
Short Essay Questions
1. Over time, what has happened to core myths, according to Campbell?
2. Summarize "The Matrix of Destiny."
3. Summarize "The Virgin Birth - Mother Universe."
4. How is the freedom won from the malice of the monster symbolized as?
5. What does Campbell suggest every individual member of the human race has a responsibility to do?
6. Summarize "Within Space - Life."
7. Where is the place of the Hero's birth?
8. What does Campbell say happens when the poetry of myth is interpreted as biography, history, or science?
9. Summarize "Transformations of the Hero" and "The Primordial Hero and the Human."
10. What is the end of the life in the universe portrayed as in this section?
This section contains 497 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)