Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Where was Bob invited to visit in a letter he received in February?
(a) Delaware.
(b) Nine Miles.
(c) New York.
(d) Miami.

2. When did Haile Selassie visit Jamaica?
(a) Never.
(b) Before Bob Marley went to Delaware
(c) After Bob Marley returned from Delaware.
(d) While Bob Marley was still living in Delaware.

3. During Omeriah's funeral, why were the mirrors turned in the house?
(a) To prevent Omeriah from rising from the dead.
(b) To prevent more deaths in the family.
(c) To preserve his spirit for reincarnation.
(d) To confuse any evil spirits lurking around.

4. What kind of car did Bob Marley drive in Chapter 15, "Redemption Song"?
(a) A Mercedes.
(b) A Jaguar.
(c) A BMW.
(d) A Mustang.

5. At his funeral, why was Omeriah's body reversed?
(a) To prevent Omeriah from rising from the dead.
(b) To confuse any evil spirits lurking around.
(c) To preserve his spirit for reincarnation.
(d) To prevent more deaths in the family.

6. What happened to the producer of "The Best of the Wailers"?
(a) He was paralyzed in a car accident the next day.
(b) He succeeded at all of his future ventures.
(c) He died of a massive heart attack at thirty-eight years old.
(d) Nothing unusual.

7. Who did Omeriah bequeath his entire estate to?
(a) Winston Matthews.
(b) Bunny Livingston.
(c) Peter Tosh.
(d) Bob Marley.

8. What did Bob show no desire to do after Omeriah's death?
(a) Talk to his godmother.
(b) Experiment with mysticism.
(c) Continue recording music.
(d) Fill the role his grandfather had left behind.

9. What did "Rude Boy" describe?
(a) A rebellious teenage boy.
(b) The discontent found on the Jamaican streets.
(c) Intercourse with many women.
(d) Religious repression.

10. What did the meeting between Selassie and Rita ultimately affect?
(a) Rita leaving Bob.
(b) Rita's career in music.
(c) Bob's increased popularity.
(d) Bob Marley's early demise.

11. How did Bob's mother feel about his desire to return to the ghetto and the music industry?
(a) Resigned.
(b) Shocked.
(c) Happy.
(d) Angry.

12. What rumors circulated upon Marley's return to Jamaica?
(a) That he would not be as good as he once was.
(b) That he was dead.
(c) That he would be better than ever before.
(d) No rumors circulated about Marley upon his return to Jamaica.

13. What did Bob dream that he was given in Chapter 11, "Rat Race"?
(a) A new silver BMW.
(b) A house in Jamaica.
(c) A platinum album.
(d) A ring with a black jewel embossed with an insignia.

14. Who eventually took over the house at 56 Hope Road?
(a) Bob Marley.
(b) Peter Tosh.
(c) Bunny Livingston.
(d) Coxsone Dodd.

15. Who did Marley sign a contract with in Chapter 12, "Coming In From the Cold"?
(a) Jamaican Records.
(b) Island Records.
(c) JAD and Cayman Music.
(d) Jamaica Recording and Publishing Studio, Ltd.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who was blamed when a fight broke out at the Wailer's show on Christmas morning of 1964?

2. How were women seen in Rita's new religion?

3. What city did the Wailers give a show in on Christmas morning in 1964?

4. While visiting friends in Delaware, how old did Marley say he would be when he died?

5. How did Bob feel about Delaware as soon as he arrived?

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