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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 does the fisherman find in his net?
(a) Copper pot.
(c) Talking fish.
2. The child learns how to separate what two aspects of the personality?
(a) Sorrow and joy.
(b) Confusion and clarity.
(c) Good and evil.
(d) Kindness and anger.
3. Both philosophers believed that myth equaled what?
4. Through fairy tales, children are led to believe that _____ will always come to their aid.
(a) A benevolent force.
(b) A monster.
5. A child may be scared in thinking that his grandmother has been replaced by what?
(a) Talking wolf.
Short Answer Questions
1. Fairy tales may help a child to learn about dealing with what kind of treatment?
2. What is it called when a person looks for the worst in everything?
3. At what age do fairy tales begin to have real meaning for a child?
4. Myths tend to focus on which of the following?
5. These stories will often force the child to face what kind of crises?
Short Essay Questions
1. What lesson is often learned regarding avoiding confrontation and conflict?
2. How does a child view the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood?
3. What is the psychological implication of this failure to kill the girl?
4. Who appears as the representation of Snow White's father?
5. What is the only logical way a child can resolve conflict?
6. What do the children gain from their ordeal with the witch?
7. What story does Bettelheim refer to regarding the introduction of duality?
8. What is the opinion of the fantasies as they regard truth?
9. How does a child learn to deal with problems through fairy tales?
10. Fairy tales encourage the belief that there is always something waiting at the end of the story. What is it? Why is it given?
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