King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine Test | Mid-Book Test - Medium

Robert L. Moore
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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 Divine Child is the most____ of the immature masculine archetypes.
(a) Controversial.
(b) Rare.
(c) Neglected.
(d) Primal.

2. Shadow-sides of a man's personality are _____.
(a) Necessary.
(b) Hype.
(c) Positive.
(d) Negative.

3. The authors detail military enlistment, gangs, and crime as modern day ______.
(a) Rites of passage.
(b) Vacations.
(c) Pastimes.
(d) Professions.

4. Why does the Coward become the Grandstander Bully?
(a) To be more successful.
(b) To fight off abuse from other bullies.
(c) To prove his friends wrong.
(d) To hide his true feelings.

5. What is the skill of the Oedipal Child?
(a) He is manually dexterous.
(b) He is adept with languages.
(c) He is a good entertainer.
(d) He can read the emotions of others.

Short Answer Questions

1. The Divine Child becomes:

2. The authors believe that gangs and crime indulge _____ behavior in young men.

3. In archetypal psychology, what do men inherit from generations before?

4. The Precocious Child is prone to _____ activity.

5. What role does the High Chair Tyrant play in the Divine Child?

Short Essay Questions

1. What are the challenges men face in maturing and how do the authors see the challenges affect them?

2. Why do Jungians believe archetypes are also relevant to females?

3. Is the Lover selfish or selfless?

4. Why do the authors believe a ritual initiation is vital to a fully developed male?

5. What happens to the Coward when he hits his "breaking point"?

6. Why do the authors feel modern rites of passage don't reflect true men or society?

7. Why is the Lover considered primal?

8. Do the authors think these archetypes have ever dominated human life?

9. Why is the Lover in such great need of the other archetypes?

10. Who do the authors think will benefit from the techniques described in the conclusion?

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