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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 Little Red Riding Hood, what is the most significant change from the older version to the new version?
(a) Items in basket.
(b) The woodsman.
(c) Red's grandmother.
(d) Ending.

2. Bettelheim states that the forest represents what in the story?
(a) Evil.
(b) Temptation.
(c) Curiosity.
(d) Unknown.

3. The mother may be portrayed as what?
(a) Loving.
(b) Jealous.
(c) Wicked.
(d) Absent.

4. In the case of the girl, what generally ends up happening to the father?
(a) Is called away on a mission.
(b) Leaves.
(c) Gets killed.
(d) He saves the world.

5. A child may feel that nothing is expected of him if he feels:
(a) Unworthy.
(b) Unskilled.
(c) Stupid.
(d) Immature.

Short Answer Questions

1. Name one fairy tale in which this number is present.

2. What type of material was used to make Red's hood?

3. Like many fairy tales, Snow White has what kind of connotations?

4. What psychological complex is referred to in this section?

5. How many ways are there in which this situation might be resolved?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the opinion of the fantasies as they regard truth?

2. What is the main difference in Perrault's version?

3. The number three may represent what family relationships?

4. Why does Bettelheim say that fairy tales are meant to be told, not read?

5. What examples are given by Bettelheim in regards to oral fixation and the two stories?

6. What is the moral involved with the children eating the gingerbread house?

7. What is the reason that the number three is significant in fairy tales?

8. What is ironic about outlawing fairy tales and the attitudes of the Victorian age?

9. Others object to the immersion in a world of fantasy. Why?

10. What did the birds know about the situation that the children did not?

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