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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. How did Bob feel about Delaware as soon as he arrived?
(a) He loved it.
(b) He never went to Delaware.
(c) He was indifferent.
(d) He hated it.
2. What did Cedella believe Bob would be successful at when she received his note in Chapter 9, "Natural Mystic"?
3. Who wanted to sign the Wailers to his record label in Chapter 13, "Crisis"?
(a) Coxsone Dodd.
(b) Leslie Kong.
(c) Chris Blackwell.
(d) Peter Sims.
4. Who did Cedella marry in Chapter 9, "Natural Mystic"?
(a) Captain Marley.
(b) Edward Booker.
(c) Toddy Livingston.
(d) Omeriah Malcolm.
5. In what year did the Wailers tour England the United States to promote "Catch a Fire"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What group did Marley join that Prophet Gad was also a part of?
2. What record company gained the rights to "Catch a Fire"?
3. According to Chapter 14, "Who the Cap Fit", who was always the last to bed and first to rise in the house?
4. Who purchased a house in Kingston in the early 1970s in order to get some Jamaican roots?
5. Why did Bob try to convince Cedella to move in Miami?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the Wailers do while Marley is in Delaware?
2. What did Marley dream about while in Delaware?
3. How did Bob's godmother offend the family during Omeriah's wake, and what did this indicate?
4. What happened during the Wailers' tour in America to promote "Catch a Fire"?
5. Describe Rita's meeting with Haile Selassie.
6. What happened during Marley's meeting with Crown Prince Asfa Wossen?
7. What did "Rude Boy" describe and why was it popular?
8. How did Marley disprove rumors that he would not be as good as he once was when he returned to Jamaica?
9. What did Marley dream of on September 10, 1964, and what did this seem to be related to?
10. Describe the interaction between Bob and Cedella in Chapter 9, "Natural Mystic".
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