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. What did Bob hope to do by leaving Jamaica in Chapter 10, "Stir It Up"?
(a) Never return.
(b) Escape the music industry.
(c) Bob never left Jamaica.
(d) Improve their situation.

2. Who still frequented Island House, despite developing his own work?
(a) Leslie Kong.
(b) Peter Tosh.
(c) Bunny Livingston.
(d) Coxsone Dodd.

3. How did Bob's godmother offend the family?
(a) By questioning their beliefs.
(b) She does not offend Bob's family.
(c) By blaming Bob for Omeriah's death.
(d) By claiming she is better than they are.

4. What news did Bob break to his mother in stages?
(a) His marriage.
(b) His career in music.
(c) His decision to quit music.
(d) His parenthood.

5. What did Jamaicans fear which caused them to hide inside on July 7, 1977?
(a) The month of July.
(b) Bob Marley.
(c) The heat.
(d) The number 7.

6. Who worked hard to make the Wailers a success?
(a) Bunny Livingston.
(b) Winston Matthews.
(c) Bob Marley.
(d) Peter Tosh.

7. Who decided to release the Wailers' old tracks for pure profit?
(a) Bob Marley.
(b) Chris Blackwell.
(c) Leslie Kong.
(d) Coxsone Dodd.

8. Who cut ties with the Wailers after his girlfriend was killed in a car accident after leaving Island House?
(a) Peter Tosh.
(b) Winston Matthews.
(c) Bob Marley.
(d) Bunny Livingston.

9. How were women seen in Rita's new religion?
(a) As child bearers.
(b) As a hindrance.
(c) As useless.
(d) As prophets.

10. What concert was Marley asked to do by two conflicting political sides in order to avoid civil war in Jamaica?
(a) Island Friends Concert.
(b) One Love Peace Concert.
(c) Smile Jamaica Concert.
(d) Rasta-Jammin' Concert.

11. Who arrived in Jamaica shortly after the Wailers released their single, "Rude Boy"?
(a) Cedella Marley.
(b) Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.
(c) Asfa Wossen.
(d) Haile Selassie.

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

13. Who wanted Marley's ring from Wossen after Marley's death?
(a) Prophet Gad.
(b) Rita.
(c) Cedella.
(d) Asfa Wossen.

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

15. What did the fears of total chaos in Jamaica symbolize?
(a) The state of the country at the time.
(b) Irrationality.
(c) Nothing.
(d) The pending civil war.

Short Answer Questions

1. While Bob was gone, who was the most aggressive Wailer who tried to continue writing?

2. Why were Marley's new songs a marvel?

3. Who treated Marley in Bavaria?

4. Who gave Bob permission to marry Rita?

5. Who did the London Rastas put Marley in touch with while he was in England?

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