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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was ignored when metaphors were taken literally?

2. Why were Osiris and Set created?

3. What country did Campbell talk about at the beginning of Chapter 2?

4. What did Jesus not fear in his life, according to Campbell?

5. What kind of victims were always found in Hebrew scriptures?

Short Essay Questions

1. How did scholars and theologians differ when studying metaphor?

2. What was the metaphor used by Paul to describe the crucifixion?

3. What formed the mystery of the Orient?

4. Where did Campbell say many of our modern Easter symbols came from?

5. What did Campbell say corrupted the poetry of the Bible?

6. How did Campbell describe myths?

7. How did Campbell say people in the world viewed metaphor?

8. What did Campbell say came of tragic situations?

9. What did Campbell say allowed radiance in life?

10. Who were the Medieval cathedrals dedicated to, and why?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

Science was a major theme in this book. Where did it appear, and how was it used to further the informational tone of the book?

Essay Topic 2

What did Campbell say were the main differences between Mythology and Religion, and why were they included in this book?

Essay Topic 3

What role does mythology play in the medieval society, and where does it appear? How was the culture altered by the presence of this mythology?

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