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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. To Sybil, what has her body inadvertently become?
2. After listening to the tape of Peggy Lou, what does Sybil realize?
3. What does Dr. Wilbur hope will lay the foundation for integration?
4. Where does Sybil almost drown?
5. What is the main issue that Sybil has refused to tell Ramon?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Sybil cease to have a normal childhood?
2. What does Dr. Wilbur finally get Sybil to admit?
3. Why has Sybil seemed to have created Sid & Mike?
4. What happens to Dr. Wilbur and Sybil after Sybil's healing?
5. What does Willard Dorsett finally admit to Dr. Wilbur and Sybil?
6. How does Sybil feel as she learns more and more about the personalities?
7. What makes Marcia break down and cry?
8. How does Dr. Wilbur finally create a calm environment for Sybil to meet the other selves?
9. Why does Sybil refuse to tell Ramon about her multiple personality disorder?
10. Some personalities feel that Sybil does not deserve to live. What theme is presented in the descent of these personalities?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
1. Describe Sybil's relationships with the following men:
2. Compare and Contrast Sybil's relationship to teddy to her relationship with Ramon. Is it more important to Sybil that her romantic interests know about her other selves? Why or Why not? Use specific examples to justify your reasoning.
Essay Topic 2
As a society, we often overlook certain traits of presumably respectable people. How do the following people overlook or ignore Hattie's "add" behavior throughout her life?
- Grandma Dorsett
- The Dorsetts' neighbors
- Hattie's family
Essay Topic 3
The theme of fear is ever present in the book because Sybil holds a constant fear of her life and other people in it.
1. Describe three occasions when Sybil allows fear to overcome her.
2. Who embodies the essence of Sybil's fear of rejection?
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