King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine Quiz

Robert L. Moore
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Questions 1-5 of 24:

1.

According to the authors, what shouldn't men blame themselves for? (from Conclusion: Accessing the Archetypal Powers of the Mature Masculine)

2.

The man being admired is similar to the ______ discussed early in the book. (from Conclusion: Accessing the Archetypal Powers of the Mature Masculine)

3.

The Tyrant is defined by his _____ approach to everything. (from The King and The Warrior)

4.

What is the greatest challenge the Warrior faces? (from The King and The Warrior)

5.

The Warrior is often a _______ archetype. (from The King and The Warrior)

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