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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When the man came back from his journey away from home, he returned with a number of ____________ problems.
2. Without other companionship, the lonely man is even more keen to find a __________, so he tries to be with the woman.
3. Baubo is a grown woman's ________ as visualized in the context of the story in this chapter.
4. Which animal does the author use as a metaphor in order to discuss the answer to #163 in this chapter?
5. Estes assures readers that freeing themselves from keeping the wrong sorts of secrets will offer great ___________.
6. To whom did the wife go in order to find out how to help her husband with his problems?
(a) Baba Yaga.
(b) Her mother.
(c) A healer.
(d) His mother.
7. A woman and a man are in love with each other and they are with each other, but they are not ____________.
(b) A connected soul group.
(c) Living with each other.
(d) A true family.
8. The woman was also instructed to bring back a throat hair from the Crescent Moon __________ for her husband's healing.
9. What was the biggest change in the man after he came back? He began to ____________ his wife.
(a) Listen to.
(c) Hide from.
10. Estes introduces the idea of projective _________________, a psychotherapy term about the receptiveness of a patient to stories.
11. The main story in this section is about a man who is ______________ and then he finds a woman.
(b) A soldier.
(c) A demon.
(d) Shopping at the market.
12. Estes refers to a woman's natural creative powers as __________ that nourishes the woman and sustains her.
(a) A river.
(b) A child.
(c) A light.
(d) A purpose
13. It is the __________ of Baubo that ends up saving the goddess from the depths of her depression.
14. Who is the daughter of the goddess, the one who is swept away to the Underworld and hidden away?
15. Many of life's travails, Estes says, follow the pattern of ____________, as life imitates art and art imitates life.
Short Answer Questions
1. A woman in the story is forced into the __________ by some nascent, innate, and powerful force.
2. Animals reveal themselves and hide from their opponents with a kind of sensitivity that is common among ___________.
3. The idea is that shame and secrets, like ____________, will burn up on contact with the light of day.
4. What happened as Demeter shouted out and her depression become greater and greater?
5. The wife continued to make efforts to show her husband __________, and was patient and persistent with him.
This section contains 465 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)