1. What was Marianne Faithfull's mother's background?
2. Why was Faithfull's family in danger during World War II?
(a) Her grandmother was Jewish.
(b) Her grandfather opposed Hitler.
(c) Her grandfather was a freedom fighter.
(d) Her grandmother knew many Nazis.
3. How does Faithfull characterize her father?
(a) As genteel and refined.
(b) As devoted to Utopian causes.
(c) As gregarious and often drunk.
(d) As morose but well-read.
4. What did Faithfull's father establish?
(a) A new technique for building engines.
(b) A method for refining copper.
(c) A school for social research.
(d) Techniques for testing intelligence.
5. Where was Faithfull's mother from?
6. How old was Faithfull when her parents split up?
7. What did Faithfull do to fit in when she moved to Reading?
(a) Converted to Judaism.
(b) Started smoking.
(c) Stopped going to Mass.
(d) Converted to Catholicism.
8. Who was Sally Oldfield?
(a) Marianne's step-sister.
(b) A friend from school.
(c) Marianne's tutor.
(d) Marianne's aunt.
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