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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. After Granny Dorsett died, who takes over Sybil's body when she is not at school?
(a) Peggy Lou.
2. What did Hattie force Sybil to do?
(a) Braid her hair.
(b) Eat her vegetables.
(c) Steal vegetables.
(d) Yell at her father.
3. Suddenly Sybil is paralyzed with fear. Why?
(a) She hears her mother's insane laughter.
(b) Her grandmother died.
(c) She has been a bad girl.
(d) Her father beat her.
4. How does the author think Hattie views sex?
(a) As an appropriate thing for children to see.
(b) She finds it very pleasurable.
(c) A torture device for Sybil.
(d) She only does it to please her husband.
5. What does Dr. Wilbur immediately assume about Sybil's life?
(a) She is not safe around others.
(b) She has amnesiac episodes.
(c) She is unable to control herself.
(d) She has crazed episodes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Hattie unable to accept?
2. Dr. Wilbur is convinced that the multiple personalities are all results of ______________.
3. What has changed about Hattie?
4. What does Dr Wilbur call some of Sybil's episodes?
5. What is currently unclear to Dr. Wilbur?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Dr Wilbur make Sybil feel better about her condition?
2. Describe Hattie's personality.
3. What is surprising about Willard?
4. How does Sybil cope with difficult things that happen in her life?
5. What causes the first dissociation that Dr. Wilbur can identify?
6. Who is the author of the book and how does she come to write Sybil's book? As the author writes, what tone does she immediately take for the book?
7. Explain Sybil's feelings concerning her meetings with Dr. Wilbur.
8. What type of case is Sybil's? Why is the author so excited to report on Sybil's case?
9. Why is Sybil hesitant to share more of her feelings and life with Dr. Wilbur?
10. Explain what Willow Corners is to Sybil.
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