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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. Fairy tales may help a child to learn about dealing with what kind of treatment?
2. Fairy tales also teach that one will be rewarded if one does not attempt to avoid what?
3. It is common for very different personalities to be present in what?
(d) Main characters.
4. Children would have no need for fairy tales if their dreams were _________________.
5. A person with no experience in fairy tales may not understand the difference between which two objects?
(a) Fantasy and reality.
(b) Internal and external worlds.
(c) Good and evil.
(d) Ego and superego.
Short Answer Questions
1. The monsters or evil people in the stories always finish the story as _________________.
2. Fairy tales are often thought to provide what to a child?
3. What do the Germans call their version of fairy tales?
4. In the example, where does the child live?
5. The separation of good and evil is often portrayed in fairy tales through what type of character?
Short Essay Questions
1. Historically speaking, what things most often formed a child's intellect?
2. Who is Louis MacNeice and what does he say about fairy tales?
3. What story does Bettelheim refer to regarding the introduction of duality?
4. Explain the difference of fairy tales in various cultures. Are they all considered to be fairy tales?
5. How does a child learn to deal with problems through fairy tales?
6. What use do fairy tales have in the life of a child?
7. How does a child view the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood?
8. Why are fairy tales important to the development of a child's mind?
9. When does the oedipal period begin to appear in a child's life?
10. How does Dickens' statement relate to the conflict of allowing children to experience fairy tales?
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