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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. Who is shown a vision of the infinite all-powerful Krishna?
2. "The aim is not to _______, but to realize that one is, that essence."
(c) Give up
3. What does this section "The Keys" summarize?
(a) The downfall of religions
(b) Campbell's faith
(c) Christianity's flaws
(d) The Hero's Journey
4. 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
5. What is the second effect of the cosmogonic emanations of universal power?
(a) Energy buildup
(b) Framing of the world stage of space
(c) Movement into spiritual understanding
(d) Production of life
Short Answer Questions
1. And as a continuation of #110, the Hero also has to ___________ what he's learned.
2. The Hero's reward is to live without __________ to the world and to daily life.
3. Who was conceived under supernatural circumstances but ruled with a strong connection to the real world?
4. When a civilization begins to reinterpret its mythology...the ________ goes out of it.
5. The Hero is free to live because he has lived true _________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize "The Virgin Birth - Mother Universe."
2. What does the "Shape-shifter" point out?
3. Why can't myths be compared directly to dreams?
4. What is the end of the life in the universe portrayed as in this section?
5. What does Campbell do in "The Keys"?
6. How is the freedom won from the malice of the monster symbolized as?
7. What occurs in "The Master of the Two Worlds"?
8. Summarize "Transformations of the Hero" and "The Primordial Hero and the Human."
9. What occurs in "Freedom to Live"?
10. What does Campbell suggest every individual member of the human race has a responsibility to do?
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