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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 year did Sid Vicious die?
2. How did Nancy's father prevent Nancy from stealing their car?
3. What did Deborah suspect was the motive for Sid and Nancy's marriage?
4. Whom did the judge in Nancy's juvenile case blame for her actions?
5. What was the only thing that Deborah did not give away from Nancy's closet?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the scene at Sid Vicious' bail hearing.
2. When the Spungens tried to commit Nancy after her arrest, what difficulties did they encounter? How did Nancy react?
3. What did Nancy do to get off drugs?
4. Why did Sid's mother call Deborah after Nancy's death?
5. After spending time with Sid and Nancy in Philadelphia, what did Deborah think of Sid and Nancy's relationship?
6. How did the Sex Pistols become famous?
7. How did the Spungens become involved with the Parents of Murdered Children group?
8. What happened to Nancy's first job?
9. How did Deborah discover Nancy had been murdered?
10. How did Nancy spend Hanukkah/Christmas before moving to London?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay that explores the Spungens' involvement with the Parents of Murdered Children group. In your essay, be sure to answer the following questions:
1) How did the POMC help Frank and Deborah grieve?
2) Why did Deborah want to help other families?
3) How did the POMC support families of murdered children?
Essay Topic 2
How did Nancy's behavior affect her family? In your response, explain the following:
1) Nancy's relationship with her parents (separately and together)
2) Influences and relationship with her siblings
3) Expense of treatments, special schools, etc
4) Ways that Nancy's behavior prevented the family from living a "normal" life.
Essay Topic 3
Describe Nancy's experiences in school. In your essay, be sure to address the following:
1) All the schools Nancy attended and the affect they had on her behavior
2) How school administrators treated Nancy's behavior
3) Life in college
4) Nancy's high intelligence and how she felt about school
5) Ways that Nancy educated herself.
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