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Sue Monk Kidd
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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 is Sue's daughter stocking when the incident with the men takes place in the beginning of the book?
(a) Soup.
(b) Milk.
(c) Toothpaste.
(d) Chocolates.

2. Sue realizes that in her life, whenever she has had a problem, she has turned to _________ for the answers.
(a) Church.
(b) Books.
(c) Women.
(d) Men.

3. Who is the first person that Sue talks to about the journey she experiences in her life?
(a) Julie.
(b) Betty.
(c) Sandy.
(d) Ann.

4. Sue wants to know why _________ put enmity between Eve and her Feminine Source.
(a) Yahweh.
(b) Rabbis.
(c) Priests.
(d) The President.

5. Over time, since Sue did not know what to do about her experience at the monastery, she _____________ it.
(a) Shared a story about.
(b) Trivialized it.
(c) Forgot.
(d) Laughed about.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Sue mistakenly call herself when she is at the monastery and introduces herself to someone else?

2. What was the nickname that was given to Sue as a child by her brother, according to her recollection?

3. What does Sue decide to burn when she makes a ritual for the way she is going to let go of her feminine wound?

4. Which child(ren) in the family at the Chatooga River is allowed to go to the edge of the water?

5. Alice Walker says that if you are able to write or paint your pain, it will be very ____________ for a person.

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Sue try to avoid dealing with the emerging realization of the Feminine Wound in this section of the book?

2. How does Sue define her state of being an Unambiguous Woman? What does this mean she does in relation to men?

3. How does Sue begin to define the idea of patriarchy when she starts out this section of the book?

4. Why is anger something which Sue is afraid to express in her own life?

5. Does Sue ever find a discussion of a time when women were considered to be equal to men in theological studies?

6. What is the story that Sue's friend Betty shares with her about how a family teaches their children about the river?

7. What are the differences between men and women as pointed out in the section called, "Spirit Over Nature?"

8. What happens the first time that Sue points out that women get a rotten deal when it comes to society?

9. What does Sue point out that many pregnant women apologize to their husbands for?

10. What does the old woman's t-shirt say which Sue sees when she tries to envision a world which is equal?

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