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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. As a result, the child may feel no need to share in:
(c) Social situations.
(d) Family functions.
2. The father may be portrayed as what?
3. The moral of the story, particularly in the first version, is ________________.
(a) Never go into the woods alone.
(b) Always carry a weapon.
(c) Avoid compromising situations.
(d) Be able to recognize evil in all forms.
4. As a general rule, every child believes in ______ on some level.
(c) Happy endings.
5. In one version, what happens to Red and the grandmother?
(a) Fight off the wolf.
(b) They escape.
(c) Call for help.
Short Answer Questions
1. Because of this belief the fairy tales may create what kind of behaviors?
2. One character exhibits which of the following?
3. Others believe that telling and supporting fairy tales may encourage a child to do what?
4. What animal had more sense than the main character(s) in the story?
5. The situation encourages to seek what from the father?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the opinion of the fantasies as they regard truth?
2. What is ironic about outlawing fairy tales and the attitudes of the Victorian age?
3. The number three may represent what family relationships?
4. What is the result of this change? How do the children view their mother?
5. Which parts of the mind are addressed? Who studied this concept?
6. What did the birds know about the situation that the children did not?
7. How does Bettelheim separate the Oedipus Complex between boys and girls?
8. What is the reason that the number three is significant in fairy tales?
9. What is the moral involved with the children eating the gingerbread house?
10. How does Hansel exhibit denial when going into the forest?
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