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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. In the example, where does the child live?
2. During this phase, a child often tends to feel what?
3. A person with no experience in fairy tales may not understand the difference between which two objects?
(a) Ego and superego.
(b) Fantasy and reality.
(c) Good and evil.
(d) Internal and external worlds.
4. Regardless of the content of the story, what two cultures call all such stories fairy tales?
(a) English and French.
(b) Swedish and English.
(c) French and African.
(d) Danish and Norse.
5. At what age does this period begin?
Short Answer Questions
1. When faced with ambivalence, a child must learn to understand which emotion is the most:
2. Which part of the mind is not fed by fairy tales?
3. Who is the villain in the first story?
4. What is it called when a person looks for the worst in everything?
5. The outcome of the story depends fully on what in regards to the character?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Dickens' statement relate to the conflict of allowing children to experience fairy tales?
2. What has often been done to remove violence from fairy tales? What is the result?
3. Bruno Bettelheim quotes Charles Dickens on fairy tales. What does Dickens say?
4. Why are fairy tales important to the development of a child's mind?
5. How does a child view the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood?
6. What use do fairy tales have in the life of a child?
7. Historically speaking, what things most often formed a child's intellect?
8. Why were these things used? What did they teach to children?
9. What type of character is often seen as the representation of good versus evil?
10. What are the two developmental crises referred to by the author?
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