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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. A child may feel that nothing is expected of him if he feels:
2. In Little Red Riding Hood, what is the most significant change from the older version to the new version?
(a) Red's grandmother.
(c) The woodsman.
(d) Items in basket.
3. Name one fairy tale in which this number is present.
(c) Jack and the Beanstalk.
(d) Little Red Riding Hood.
4. What is the underlying main topic of the story involving Jack?
(d) Common Sense.
5. The situation encourages to seek what from the father?
Short Answer Questions
1. What psychological complex is referred to in this section?
2. What is the underlying moral in this story?
3. Separation from one's family helps a child to develop which trait?
4. This child may also be the one who does what?
5. One character exhibits which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the realistic beginning of "Hansel and Gretel."
2. Why do some people object to fairy tales in relation to reality?
3. What do the children gain from their ordeal with the witch?
4. Why do some cultures insist on outlawing fairy tales?
5. What is the underlying moral of the story?
6. What is the main difference in Perrault's version?
7. Others object to the immersion in a world of fantasy. Why?
8. What is the name and crux of the original tale regarding Jack and the Beanstalk?
9. Explain the opinions of psychoanalysts in regards to fairy tales and violence.
10. What examples are given by Bettelheim in regards to oral fixation and the two stories?
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