The Interpretation of Fairy Tales Quiz | Eight Week Quiz D

Marie-Louise von Franz
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to Von Franz's analysis of "The Three Feathers," by using feathers to decide the kingdom's fate, the king is leaving matters to what?
(a) A frog.
(b) The birds.
(c) God.
(d) His sons.

2. Who was the god of wine, parties and festivals, madness, drunkenness and pleasure in Greek mythology?
(a) Dionysus.
(b) Pan.
(c) Zeus.
(d) Apollo.

3. Where does Dummling's feather fly to in "The Three Feathers"?
(a) East.
(b) North.
(c) The floor.
(d) West.

4. Which individual tried to interestingly link dreams with fairy tales, though he had none of the psychoanalytic or Jungian vocabulary to assist him?
(a) Theodor Benfey.
(b) Ludwig Laistner.
(c) E. Stuck.
(d) Kaarle Krohn.

5. Which individual linked fairy tales to "elementary thoughts" and even "national thoughts," notions that might be precursors to Jung?
(a) Theodor Benfey.
(b) Adolf Bastian.
(c) Ludwig Laister.
(d) Kaarle Krohn.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the author, animals in fairy tales are anthropomorphized aspects of what?

2. What is the title of Chapter 4?

3. Von Franz believes fairy tales originate as "local ___."

4. What is the name of the Native American described in Chapter 2 who, deathly ill, had a vision of a great many horses and a dance of the tribe with those horses?

5. What is the name given to processes whereby the undifferentiated tends to become individual, or to those processes through which differentiated components become integrated into stable wholes?

(see the answer key)

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