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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. Where does Sue dream herself to be with the inspirational magazine that she has already signed a contract with?
(a) A forest.
(b) A school.
(c) A coffin.
(d) The ocean.
2. What is the name of Sue's African-American nanny who takes care of her while she is growing up?
(c) Sue Ellen.
3. Janet Frame remembers a teacher once praising her for being quiet and no ____________ at all.
4. What does Ariadne lower down to Theseus in order to help him get out of the labyrinth in the myth?
(a) A spider web.
(c) Her hair.
(d) Her arm.
5. What are the group of Chinese Americans doing when Sue encounters them as she walks by herself?
(b) Goddess worship.
(c) Tai Chi.
(d) Taking pictures.
Short Answer Questions
1. Sue realizes that she must become a sacred ____________ wherever she is in order to become the experience.
2. What does Sue find that the Goddess was suppressed by as the time went on - the ________ god.
3. Women of power are ________ artists, speaking, acting, and trusting in themselves to do what is right.
4. What do Sue, Better, and other women create as they are sitting in the circle of trees at Springbrook?
5. A male priest friend tells Sue that she is ____________ her children with the things she is doing.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does a Cherokee woman Sue meets on a retreat tell her that her dreams are meant to do?
2. What does the picture of Sappho have to tell Sue, although the other pictures in the museum do not affect her in the same way?
3. When Sandy and Sue come upon a large stone circle in Avebury, what does the guide book say it represents?
4. What does Sue plant in her backyard in order to create a space for being with the Divine Feminine?
5. What does Sue learn to be the name of the Goddess during a dream of her birth?
6. What does Sue do when she is in the stone circle, connecting with the Goddess?
7. What does Sue do in order to cultivate her own creativity and to create space for it in her life?
8. Why does Sue begin to realize that attachment to the confining patriarchal world must die?
9. What happens when Betty and Sue begin to dig up two stumps? What do they find they have done?
10. What does Sue do on her last retreats at Springbank, in order to pass on her lessons to others?
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