The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The complex really revolves around which of the following?
(a) Self-worth.
(b) Fear.
(c) Possessiveness.
(d) Jealousy.

2. What is the underlying moral in this story?
(a) Avoid temptation.
(b) Honesty.
(c) Independence.
(d) Resourcefulness.

3. As a result, the child may feel no need to share in:
(a) Playfulness.
(b) Social situations.
(c) Family functions.
(d) Responsibility.

4. In the end, what did the characters take as a prize?
(a) Jewels.
(b) Goose.
(c) Gold.
(d) Honey.

5. In Little Red Riding Hood, what is the most significant change from the older version to the new version?
(a) Red's grandmother.
(b) The woodsman.
(c) Ending.
(d) Items in basket.

6. According to this section of the text, some cultures have done what to fairy tales?
(a) Restructured them.
(b) Outlawed them.
(c) Changed the morals involved.
(d) Simplified them.

7. Bettelheim states that the forest represents what in the story?
(a) Unknown.
(b) Curiosity.
(c) Temptation.
(d) Evil.

8. Because of this belief the fairy tales may create what kind of behaviors?
(a) Healthy.
(b) Unhealthy.
(c) Narrow-minded.
(d) Expressive.

9. What animal had more sense than the main character(s) in the story?
(a) Chipmunk.
(b) Wolf.
(c) Bird.
(d) Turtle.

10. The youngest sibling may be portrayed as what?
(a) Simpleton.
(b) Inventive.
(c) Immature.
(d) Spoiled brat.

11. Who often comes out as the person in the best light according to the complex?
(a) Parents as a unit.
(b) Mother.
(c) Father.
(d) Child.

12. The parents in the story suffer from what problem?
(a) Poverty.
(b) Being trapped in a castle.
(c) Being lost.
(d) Selfishness.

13. One objection to fairy tales is that they are not ____________.
(a) Realistic.
(b) Well defined.
(c) Helpful.
(d) Moral.

14. What action might a child take to express displeasure in a new situation?
(a) Tantrums.
(b) Yelling.
(c) Laughing.
(d) Crying.

15. What is the underlying main topic of the story involving Jack?
(a) Maturity.
(b) Foolishness.
(c) Entrepreneurship.
(d) Common Sense.

Short Answer Questions

1. Separation from one's family helps a child to develop which trait?

2. The mother may be portrayed as what?

3. The mind of a child is not set up to understand what?

4. This child may also be the one who does what?

5. Regardless of the gender the entire complex really revolves around which of the following?

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