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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 kind of treatment program did Nancy attend when she was in New York?
2. Who created the Sex Pistols?
3. What day of the week was Deborah and Nancy's last conversation?
4. What was the name of the Sex Pistols' first album?
5. What did Nancy remind her parents of as they drove her and Sid to the train station?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Deborah describe Sid when she first met him?
2. What did the Sex Pistols do during concerts that made them so sensational?
3. Describe the scene at Sid Vicious' bail hearing.
4. How did the Spungens become involved with the Parents of Murdered Children group?
5. How did the POMC help Frank and Deborah come to terms with Nancy's death?
6. How did Deborah describe Nancy when she saw her on TV as part of a Sex Pistols concert?
7. What did Sid tell Deborah when he called after Nancy's murder?
8. Why did Sid's mother call Deborah after Nancy's death?
9. What happened to Nancy's first job?
10. What happened between Sid and Nancy in a London hotel?
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
Write an essay that examines Sid's and Nancy's relationship. How did their relationship change from when they first met until Nancy's death? How did they treat each other? Why did Nancy stay in the relationship after it became abusive? What role did drugs play in their relationship? What attracted Nancy to Sid and vice-versa?
Essay Topic 3
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.
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