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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. What happens after the Skeleton Woman is destroyed by the monster in her life?
(a) She sinks to the bottom of the body of water.
(b) She floats in the water.
(c) She disappears.
(d) She is buried in a field.
2. The new shoes match her true ___________ of the original shoes and life plan color, but their form represents something else.
3. The Wild Woman in this story of the strange man and the sisters emerges through ______________ and through breaking rules.
4. One day, the duckling dares to approach some other water ____________, finding they are friendly.
5. Who does the sister cry out to in order to help her escape from the man who seems to have dangerous tendencies?
(a) Her father.
(b) Her sisters.
(c) Her brothers.
(d) Her mother.
Short Answer Questions
1. For some, the wolf is seen as just a menace, especially to _____________, according to the author.
2. When the man wakes up after having helped Skeleton Woman with her bones, they become ______________.
3. The protector of the woman/women just wants to make sure that Manawee is interested in his love's true ___________.
4. The duckling is accepted because he __________ like the others in this new group of friends.
5. A new trust of ___________ helps the growing duckling have an easier time of finding shelter on his journey.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the rumor that goes around about the man with the strange appearance?
2. What happens to the shoes that the girl has made for herself before she become wealthier?
3. Who does the girl cry out to when she senses she needs protection from her new husband?
4. What are some of the ways in which Estes believes that women's bodies have been attacked?
5. What does the author believe the Wild Woman archetype can do for the American woman?
6. How does the duckling come to find out that he is actually a swan rather than being like his brothers and sisters?
7. What does the author suggest to be one of the most profound changes in a female's adult life?
8. What do the mother and the duckling both want for the duckling in its life?
9. What is the quest the stepmother and sisters send the young girl off on, hoping that she will never return?
10. Why does the young girl receive the doll in the first story from her mother?
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