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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.
(c) The woodsman.
(d) Red's grandmother.
2. What food is related to this particular fairy tale?
3. Others believe that telling and supporting fairy tales may encourage a child to do what?
(a) Become unfocused.
(b) Commit harm.
4. One objection to fairy tales is that they are not ____________.
(d) Well defined.
5. The mother may be portrayed as what?
Short Answer Questions
1. What animal had more sense than the main character(s) in the story?
2. What type of shelter presented itself to the characters?
3. What psychological complex is referred to in this section?
4. The youngest sibling may be portrayed as what?
5. What philosophical and religious event also happens in that version?
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. What is the underlying moral of the story?
4. Why does Bettelheim say that fairy tales are meant to be told, not read?
5. What is the name and crux of the original tale regarding Jack and the Beanstalk?
6. What is the result of this change? How do the children view their mother?
7. What examples are given by Bettelheim in regards to oral fixation and the two stories?
8. Describe the realistic beginning of "Hansel and Gretel."
9. What is different about the existence of the targeted parent in the boy's story?
10. Explain the opinions of psychoanalysts in regards to fairy tales and violence.
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