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 did Cedella go to see Marley play?
(a) Nine Miles.
(b) New York.
(c) Kingston.
(d) London.

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

3. Who treated Marley in Bavaria?
(a) Rita.
(b) No one.
(c) Prophet Gad.
(d) Dr. Issels.

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

5. How did Cedella feel about Bob's dream in Chapter 11, "Rat Race"?
(a) She felt he should pray about it.
(b) She felt it was an important sign.
(c) She felt it was insignificant.
(d) Bob never told Cedella about his dream in Chapter 11.

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

7. In what year did the Wailers tour England the United States to promote "Catch a Fire"?
(a) 1973.
(b) 1979.
(c) 1956.
(d) 1981.

8. When Marley ran out of money to produce his own records, who helped him out?
(a) Bunny.
(b) Rita.
(c) Cedella.
(d) Coxsone.

9. Who wanted to sign the Wailers to his record label in Chapter 13, "Crisis"?
(a) Chris Blackwell.
(b) Coxsone Dodd.
(c) Leslie Kong.
(d) Peter Sims.

10. While visiting friends in Delaware, how old did Marley say he would be when he died?
(a) 27.
(b) 51.
(c) 36.
(d) 43.

11. While Bob was gone, who was the most aggressive Wailer who tried to continue writing?
(a) The Wailers disbanded when Bob leaves Jamaica.
(b) Peter Tosh.
(c) Winston Matthews.
(d) Bunny Livingston.

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

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

14. Where were the Wailers sent to stimulate some interest in the label and music in Chapter 13, "Crisis"?
(a) America.
(b) England.
(c) Africa.
(d) Jamaica.

15. As Rita wondered if Selassie is the True God, what did he do?
(a) Looked at her and nod slowly.
(b) Shook his head negatively.
(c) Smiled knowingly.
(d) Laughed at her stupidity.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who quickly became a musical prophet for Jamaicans?

2. What rumors circulated upon Marley's return to Jamaica?

3. What did Bob dream that he was given in Chapter 11, "Rat Race"?

4. Who eventually took over the house at 56 Hope Road?

5. What news did Bob break to his mother in stages?

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