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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 the case of the girl, what generally ends up happening to the father?
(b) Is called away on a mission.
(c) He saves the world.
(d) Gets killed.
2. Regardless of the gender the entire complex really revolves around which of the following?
(c) Family ties.
3. In the end, what did the characters take as a prize?
4. In the case of the boy, his goal is to get what from his mother?
5. What action might a child take to express displeasure in a new situation?
Short Answer Questions
1. What psychological implications are presented in this story?
2. What is the underlying moral in this story?
3. Who supposedly wrote the original version of the story?
4. Who lives at the particular dwelling?
5. What item is used to guide the characters to where they need to be?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do some people object to fairy tales in relation to reality?
2. The number three may represent what family relationships?
3. What did the birds know about the situation that the children did not?
4. How does Hansel exhibit denial when going into the forest?
5. What is the name and crux of the original tale regarding Jack and the Beanstalk?
6. What is ironic about outlawing fairy tales and the attitudes of the Victorian age?
7. Explain the opinions of psychoanalysts in regards to fairy tales and violence.
8. What is the basis of each version of Little Red Riding Hood? What is the main difference?
9. Others object to the immersion in a world of fantasy. Why?
10. What is the reason that the number three is significant in fairy tales?
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