The Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman's Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

Sue Monk Kidd
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In her moment of awakening, Sue began to touch the ___________ of her feminine life.
(a) Bounty.
(b) Wound.
(c) Crevasse.
(d) Blood.

2. Sue's grandmother used to call it _____________ or what Sue begins to realize women need to tell themselves.
(a) Absent lies.
(b) Dark truth.
(c) Flat out truth.
(d) Dogged truth.

3. Sue's declaration of intent in the beginning of the book and her journey makes her feel like a ____________.
(a) Toddler.
(b) Newborn.
(c) Teen.
(d) Woman.

4. The feminine wound is created as a woman begins to __________ all of the experiences of maleness around her.
(a) Internalize.
(b) Externalize.
(c) Understand.
(d) Be angry.

5. Who does not want Sue to go to a planned retreat at a monastery when she is struggling with her emotions?
(a) Mary.
(b) Sandy.
(c) Ann.
(d) Sue.

6. What was the color of the leaves as Sue walked through the forest along the path around the monastery?
(a) Red.
(b) Brown.
(c) Green.
(d) Yellow.

7. Recognizing the feminine wound is important as it is the way for women to stop being ___________ in society.
(a) Misunderstood.
(b) Victims.
(c) Silent.
(d) Beaten.

8. In May, Sue attended a Journey into ____________ conference on St. Simon Island off the coast of Georgia.
(a) Power.
(b) Truth.
(c) Wholeness.
(d) The Sacred Feminine.

9. What does Sue consider to be so pervasive that it is as invisible as polluted air in the world?
(a) Christianity.
(b) Paganism.
(c) Feminism.
(d) Patriarchy.

10. ____________ is being raped and disregarded and the church stands aloof, seeing matter as inherently evil.
(a) Childhood.
(b) Nature.
(c) Faith.
(d) Honor.

11. What upsets Sue as she begins to do some research, although she does not take any action as a result?
(a) Books.
(b) Conversations.
(c) Statistics.
(d) Pictures.

12. How many children does Sue Monk Kidd have as she relates in the story about her history and her background?
(a) Three.
(b) Two.
(c) One.
(d) Four.

13. Sue tries to become more ____________ with God, but the maleness of his figure begins to make her feel uncomfortable.
(a) Belligerent.
(b) Talkative.
(c) Faithful.
(d) Understanding.

14. What did Sue write about in the first fictional story she ever wrote? A story about a woman who _________ nearly every night.
(a) Walked in her sleep.
(b) Cried in her sleep.
(c) Died.
(d) Dreamt.

15. What are the women in Sue's paintings and drawings missing as she begins to draw her feminine wound?
(a) Hair.
(b) Eyes.
(c) Color.
(d) Feet.

Short Answer Questions

1. Sue believes that the story of Eden is one that created ___________ geography in the world.

2. The ___________ tradition of Christian women included the idea that Jesus wanted the church to be equal and feminist.

3. Christian communities continue to accept the Letter of __________ as proof that women are to be silenced.

4. A ___________ is a woman who remains internally dependent and who does not shape her identity and direction as a woman.

5. Florence Nightingale once said that our _________ lies between pain and paralysis.

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