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Flora Rheta Schreiber
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does Vicky feel about Hattie?
(a) Wants to murder Hattie.
(b) She is terrified by Hattie.
(c) She is not frightened.
(d) Hate Hattie.

2. What doesn't Sybil's mother accept about her daughter's life?
(a) Sybil has feelings.
(b) That Sybil is an adult.
(c) Sybil is asserting her own thoughts and feelings.
(d) Sybil chooses

3. What does Vicky have trouble comprehending about Hattie's expression during intercourse with her husband?
(a) Expressions of pain or estacy.
(b) If Hattie wishes to leave.
(c) If Hattie hates her.
(d) How Hattie feels.

4. Why is Sybil sent home from college?
(a) She is pregnant.
(b) She chooses to leave.
(c) She had a mental breakdown.
(d) She is kicked out of school.

5. What is the name of the author of the book?
(a) Flora Rheta Schreiber.
(b) Mary Regan.
(c) Elizabeth Wilbur.
(d) Sascha Schreiber.

6. What does Dr Wilbur encourage Sybil to do?
(a) Go back to school.
(b) Start a company.
(c) Return to New York.
(d) Get a new job.

7. What does the town think of Hattie?
(a) People enjoy Hattie.
(b) She is a good wife.
(c) Many people think she is odd.
(d) She is a wonderful mother.

8. What does Sybil realize about her time with Dr. Wilbur?
(a) It is tedious.
(b) She thinks she will never be able to tell the doctor about her true self.
(c) She will be able to reveal all ger secrets!
(d) Spending time with the doctor is difficult.

9. When does Sybil return to her own body?
(a) In college.
(b) After third grade.
(c) At the end of sixth grade.
(d) In high school

10. What played a role in Sybil's disorder?
(a) Her family's rules.
(b) Heredity and environment.
(c) Moving to Detriot.
(d) Being in New York.

11. What is there now an indication of in Hattie's actions?
(a) Rehabilitation.
(b) Thoughtlessness.
(c) Kindness.
(d) Torture.

12. How does Hattie take her behavior too far?
(a) She speaks harshly to Sybil.
(b) She has an accomplance.
(c) She gets Willard involved in her abuse.
(d) She abuses Sybil.

13. What does Dr. Wilbur give Sybil?
(a) Faith in herself.
(b) A chance to survive.
(c) Time away from her parents.
(d) Hope that she will find some relief.

14. What other factors play a part in Sybil's disorder?
(a) An innapropraite realtionship with a teacher.
(b) Her romantic relationships.
(c) Her schooling.
(d) Parental relationships and religious beliefs.

15. What is Sybil's father's role?
(a) Her father is mostly absent from her life.
(b) He does not know how to be a good father to Sybil.
(c) He is kind and loving.
(d) He is afraid to be a good father.

Short Answer Questions

1. How old is Sybil in the summer of 1945?

2. How many days have disappeared without her knowledge?

3. What are the various reactions of the different selves to seeing Sybil's parents having sex?

4. What is Hattie unable to accept?

5. In what year and month do some of the selves decide to break away from Sybil?

(see the answer keys)

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