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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. What horrible things does Hattie do to neighborhood children?
(a) Sexually abuses them.
(b) Turns them against their husband.
(c) Takes them out for sweet treats.
(d) Cuts their hair.
2. What is currently unclear to Dr. Wilbur?
(a) How Hattie could trick so many people.
(b) When Hattie's break from reality occurred.
(c) How Sybil processes her pain.
(d) Why no one came to Sybil's aid.
3. What does Sybil's personality, Peggy, do in Dr Wilbur's office?
(a) Forces her hand through glass.
(b) Asks for a glass of water.
(c) Attacked he doctor.
(d) Refuses to talk.
4. At the age of six, what changes Sybil's life and the rest of the world?
(a) The Great Depression.
(b) World War II.
(c) World War I.
(d) The French War.
5. How was the author able to gain access to the files of Dr. Wilbur?
(a) She received permission.
(b) The hospital where Sybil was treated consented to releasing the files.
(c) She stole the files.
(d) Sybil gave the author the files.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the various reactions of the different selves to seeing Sybil's parents having sex?
2. For avid readers, what type of book is this?
3. What does Vicky have trouble comprehending about Hattie's expression during intercourse with her husband?
4. How does Vicky feel about Hattie?
5. Does the author feel as though the story of Sybil is a moving tale?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain Sybil's feelings concerning her meetings with Dr. Wilbur.
2. What parts of Sybil's life play into her disorder?
3. 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?
4. When the general population discusses mental disorders, they often judge people before they know all the facts about their particular disorder, or situation. Why is does the author clearly ask the reader to hold off judgment of Sybil in the book's Preface?
5. What is surprising about Willard?
6. How does Sybil return to her body and come back into knowledge about what has been happening to her?
7. What has Dr. Wilbur always assumed about Hattie?
8. Sybil catches her parents having sex, and it scares her. Why does this severely scar Sybil?
9. Name some activities that Hattie forced Sybil to partake in.
10. Dr. Wilbur only sees a limited number of options for Sybil and her recovery. Explain what they are.
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