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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Bob think about his new neighborhood in Chapter 6 "Small Axe"?
(a) He found it monotonous and boring.
(b) He got into fights every day because he was poorer than his neighbors.
(c) He thought it suited him perfectly.
(d) He liked it much better than his old neighborhood.
2. What did Marley call himself?
(a) The One.
(b) The Black King.
(c) The Wailer.
(d) The Duppy Conqueror.
3. Who was the most respected citizen in Nine Miles?
(a) Robert Malcolm.
(b) Cedella Marley.
(c) Nesta Marley.
(d) Omeriah Malcolm.
4. What country does Ras Tafari become leader of?
(a) South Africa.
5. Who did Cedella decide to move with in Chapter 4, "Bad Card"?
(a) Peter Tosh.
(b) Toddy Livingston.
(c) Captain Marley.
(d) Omeriah Malcolm.
Short Answer Questions
1. How was a girl in Bob's culture seen if she was not pregnant by the time she was out of her teens?
2. What happened when Rita stayed the night with Bob?
3. Who was seen as a man who had the capacity to repel evil by many people in the Third World?
4. Where did Cedella decide to move in Chapter 4, "Bad Card"?
5. Who did Cedella greet at Captain Marley's home?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Bob Marley at age fourteen.
2. Why did the Wailers' music start to catch on?
3. How did Cedella meet and marry Captain Marley?
4. Why did Bob go to the hospital, and what did he tell Cedella while he was there?
5. How did Rastafarianism affect Jamaicans?
6. How did Bob Marley feel about the African people during the concert for Independence Day in Zimbabwe?
7. What was the connection between Haile Selassie and Rastafarianism?
8. After returning to Nine Miles where did Cedella decide to move, and why?
9. Why did Cedella go to the courthouse, what happened there and how did Bob respond?
10. What happened on February 6, 1945?
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