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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 the name of Sue's African-American nanny who takes care of her while she is growing up?
(a) Sweet.
(b) Sandy.
(c) Sassy.
(d) Sue Ellen.

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

3. What can rise inside once the attachment to the confining patriarchal world dies, according to the author?
(a) New life.
(b) New mystery.
(c) New being.
(d) New family.

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

5. Sue realizes that she must become a sacred ____________ wherever she is in order to become the experience.
(a) Space.
(b) River.
(c) Casket.
(d) Vessel.

Short Answer Questions

1. Sue feels that God can not be identified with any __________ just as a dancer can not be identified with a given dance.

2. Who visits Sue and tells her that her heart is a seed that she must plant in the world?

3. When Sue finds the buffalo tuft, she realized she has been empowered to voice her ________, nurture inner authority, and embody her sacred feminine experience.

4. Who is raising money in order to buy a bison for their own collection of animals?

5. Sue wonders why she is uncomfortable with writing the word __________ when she attempts to do so.

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Sue plant in her backyard in order to create a space for being with the Divine Feminine?

2. What does Sue take and then give an offering of another buffalo head nickel to balance the gift when she goes to see the buffaloes?

3. While she plans many rituals, Sue does not realize that these rituals serve a purpose in her journey? What do these rituals do?

4. What does Sue believe is happening to the new girl-child who has been birthed by her awakening?

5. What does the much younger Sue want to do in response to the newspaper clipping that her mom has sent to her?

6. What does Sue do when she is in the stone circle, connecting with the Goddess?

7. Why does Sue begin to realize that attachment to the confining patriarchal world must die?

8. What does Sue begin to do in September to further push her journey into the Sacred Feminine?

9. What does Sue see in a magazine as the plane is beginning to descend from the sky and she wishes she could disappear into that image?

10. What happens when Betty and Sue begin to dig up two stumps? What do they find they have done?

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