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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 did a London tabloid newspaper call Nancy?
2. What was the coroner looking for when the Spungens went to identify Nancy's body?
(b) Autopsy tools.
3. Why were the Spungens angry at the New York coroner?
(a) She blamed the Spungens for Nancy's death.
(b) She appeared unconcerned with Nancy's case.
(c) She yelled at the Spungens.
(d) She showed them the wrong body.
4. Which was the following was NOT one of the gifts Nancy's parents bought her when they visited New York for the holidays?
(b) Address book.
5. What did Nancy remind her parents of as they drove her and Sid to the train station?
(a) She loved her family.
(b) She was going to die soon.
(c) She hated her sister.
(d) She loved Sid.
Short Answer Questions
1. What restaurant did Nancy want to take Sid to for dinner while visiting the Spungens?
2. How did Deborah find out the method of Nancy's murder?
3. Who did the press contact from Deborah's life to try and get more information about Nancy?
4. Whom did Nancy give her record collection to when she left for London?
5. Where did Sid go to launch his solo career?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to Nancy's first job?
2. How did Deborah describe Sid when she first met him?
3. How did Deborah describe Nancy when she saw her on TV as part of a Sex Pistols concert?
4. How did the Sex Pistols become famous?
5. How did the psychiatrist at the Suburban Psychiatric Clinic suggest the Spungens handle Nancy's behavior upon her release?
6. How did Deborah discover Nancy had been murdered?
7. After spending time with Sid and Nancy in Philadelphia, what did Deborah think of Sid and Nancy's relationship?
8. How did the media treat Nancy as the Sex Pistols gained more fame?
9. What did Sid tell Deborah when he called after Nancy's murder?
10. What happened to Sid's career after the Sex Pistols had broken up?
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