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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 happened to Edie around the time of Bobby's death?
(a) Edie was sent to a psychiatric hospital.
(b) Edie was in a car accident.
(c) Edie moved back to California.
(d) Edie signed a modelling contract.
2. What did Francis tell Bobby was his only hope in life?
(a) To marry a rich girl.
(b) His father's money.
(c) To become a priest.
(d) His good looks.
3. It is suggested that Bobby's behavior became more radical to distract his family from what?
(a) His homosexuality.
(b) Their own problems.
(c) His money issues.
(d) His drug dealing.
4. How did Edie's choice of fashion change after moving to New York?
(a) She began to wear very outlandish designs.
(b) She stopped caring about her appearance.
(c) She designed her own clothing.
(d) She began dressing more fashionably.
5. What did Warhol's loft on East 47th Street become known as?
(a) The Factory.
(b) The Works.
(c) The Studio.
(d) The Loft.
Short Answer Questions
1. How old was Bobby Sedgwick when he died?
2. Which musician did Edie meet around the time she moved into her own apartment?
3. How did Andy Warhol feel when meeting Francis Sedgwick?
4. What drug was Edie said to be taking almost constantly around the time she filmed Ciao! Manhattan?
5. Who is Gerard Malanga?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened when Edie went home to visit her family at Christmas in 1966?
2. What was Alice Sedgwick's concern for her son Bobby?
3. Describe Bobby Sedgwick and his relationship with his father.
4. How did Bobby Sedgwick die?
5. How did Edie begin to change after striking out on her own New York?
6. Who did Edie stay with in New York after leaving Cambridge?
7. How did Edie meet Andy Warhol?
8. What alarmed Leonard Cohen when he met Edie?
9. What does Gerard Malanga say about Warhol's films?
10. What were "vitamin shots"?
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