The Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman's Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine Test | Final 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. The Divine Feminine symbol eliminates __________ by leaving noting outside the realm of divinity.
(a) Honor.
(b) Dualism.
(c) Choice.
(d) Men.

2. Sue feels that God can not be identified with any __________ just as a dancer can not be identified with a given dance.
(a) Words.
(b) Feelings.
(c) Symbols.
(d) Truths.

3. ___________, in Greek, means to stand forth with power and dignity, Sue finds in her research.
(a) Authority.
(b) Honor.
(c) Woman.
(d) Power.

4. To whom does Sue first pray to as the plane is descending to the speaking engagement's location?
(a) Herself.
(b) Mother.
(c) Mothergod.
(d) Woman child.

5. On what holiday are Sandy and Sue quietly reading, both in their own worlds of discovery?
(a) Easter.
(b) New Year's Eve.
(c) Christmas.
(d) Memorial Day.

6. What does Sandy return to school in order to receive training in as a result of his personal awakening?
(a) Teacher.
(b) Doctor.
(c) Priest.
(d) Psychologist.

7. What does Sue have done in relation to her face when she is out in Crete with Terry during her trip?
(a) Song.
(b) Sculpture.
(c) Painting.
(d) Plaster cast.

8. Janet Frame remembers a teacher once praising her for being quiet and no ____________ at all.
(a) Sissiness.
(b) Trouble.
(c) Drama.
(d) Energy.

9. When one belongs to oneself, one can connect with the rest of ___________ without being trapped or dependent.
(a) Buffaloes.
(b) Life.
(c) God.
(d) Womanhood.

10. The ___________ tree of Sue's writing career is full and just needs a stiff wind in order to be reoriented.
(a) Maple.
(b) Cottonwood.
(c) Nut.
(d) Almond.

11. Who does Sue learn takes an annual ritual bath at Kanathos in order to renew her virginity?
(a) Astarte.
(b) Hera.
(c) Cleta.
(d) Iris.

12. Which of the goddesses needs to shed all of her clothing in order to hang on a meat hook and be resurrected again?
(a) Hera.
(b) Hecate.
(c) Inanna.
(d) Isis.

13. Where does Sue see the replica of the work of Leonardo da Vinci - the Cartoon of St. Anne?
(a) Mercy Center.
(b) de Young.
(c) Museum of Modern Art.
(d) The Japanese Tea Garden.

14. Humanity, Sue feels, needs to be drawn into Divine Mother's lap and turned into a global ____________.
(a) Family.
(b) Motherhood.
(c) Team.
(d) Community.

15. Sue decides that it is best for her to speak about __________ as being female and male, equally.
(a) Goddess.
(b) Humanity.
(c) Church.
(d) God.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which animals does Sue find to be very sacred and powerful for women, according to her research into the Lakota?

2. A male priest friend tells Sue that she is ____________ her children with the things she is doing.

3. What can rise inside once the attachment to the confining patriarchal world dies, according to the author?

4. Who accompanies Sue on a speaking trip and performs an impromptu ritual to ask the Feminine Divine to guide and bless them?

5. What animal does Sue feel to be the symbol of woman's deepest center, as she reads her book?

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