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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) Rare.
(b) Primal.
(c) Controversial.
(d) Neglected.

2. How do the Know-It-All Trickster and the Dummy interact?
(a) The Know-It-All protects the Dummy.
(b) The Dummy is the victim of the Know-It-All.
(c) The Dummy ignores the Know-It-All.
(d) The Know-It-All is the victim of the Dummy.

3. Why does the Know-It-All Trickster enjoy playing practical jokes?
(a) To find his intellectual equal.
(b) To laugh at others' naiveté.
(c) To pass the time.
(d) To enlighten people.

4. What do the authors hope is the correction of this male crisis?
(a) Strong public figures.
(b) Women's empowerment.
(c) An internal blueprint in men.
(d) Harsher laws.

5. The Precocious Child becomes:
(a) The Lover.
(b) The Warrior.
(c) The King.
(d) The Magician.

Short Answer Questions

1. The Hero becomes:

2. When is the Divine Child exhibited in the male psyche?

3. Classically, initiations are a ______ ritual.

4. What do Jungians believe that the Divine Child is the source of?

5. What is the role of the Mama's Boy in the Oedipal Child?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is Admiring Men?

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

3. Why do the authors tell men not to degrade themselves?

4. Why is the Weakling the contrast of the Tyrant?

5. If the Warrior is of well-trained body and mind, how does he use his aggression?

6. Why does the High Chair Tyrant act as he does? As a child? As an adult?

7. Why do Jungians believe that there is hope for a resolution in archetypes?

8. Why do these archetypes need to coexist in a boy for him to develop into a man?

9. How do the Denying Innocent One and the Manipulator compare?

10. What do the authors believe is the nature of a young man's ascension without a ritual elder?

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