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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Faithfull believe led to her arrest?
(a) Bad timing.
(c) A conspiracy.
(d) Bad luck.
2. How did Faithfull characterize Jagger when she saw him on tour?
3. What did Faithfull and Allen Ginsberg have in common?
(b) Intellectual matters.
4. How did Faithfull's husband react to her success in music?
(a) He was jealous.
(b) He was supportive.
(c) He was unhappy.
(d) He was competitive.
5. How did Jagger's dandyish clothing affect the public's view of him?
(a) They saw him as a flagrant homosexual.
(b) They saw him as a threat to bourgeois norms.
(c) They saw him as a persecuted aristocrat.
(d) They saw him as a fragile genius.
6. What did Faithfull want to do while Anita Pallenberg, James Fox, and Mick Jagger got involved in 'Performance' together?
(a) Go to Spain.
(b) Go to live with her parents.
(c) Go to America.
(d) Go to Ireland.
7. What does Faithfull say about shopping with Jagger?
(a) He didn't have any patience for it.
(b) He would wear the clothes she bought for herself.
(c) It was like shopping with another girl.
(d) He made bizarre recommendations.
8. What did Faithfull think of Dylan when she got to be alone with him?
(a) She found him daunting.
(b) She was disgusted.
(c) She was enamored.
(d) She was mesmerized.
9. What did Jeremy Clyde explain to Faithfull?
(a) Sexuality is a spectrum with no fixed points.
(b) Love and sex were different things.
(c) The government was corrupted by money and power.
(d) Rock n roll was the future.
10. How does Faithfull characterize the relationship between herself and the Stones on one hand and the cops on the other?
(a) As different civilizations.
(b) As oil and water.
(c) As two different races.
(d) As different planets.
11. How was David Schneiderman involved in setting up the Rolling Stones to be arrested?
(a) He called the cops on them.
(b) He was an undercover agent.
(c) He was tailed by the police when he brought drugs to the Rolling Stones' party.
(d) He brought LSD to a party.
12. What did Faithfull find out was entailed in being Jagger's girlfriend?
(a) Having to endure other women proposing to him on the street.
(b) Having to be patient while he was with other women.
(c) Never getting time alone with him.
(d) Being subject to scrutiny by the press.
13. What did Faithfull's father establish?
(a) Techniques for testing intelligence.
(b) A school for social research.
(c) A method for refining copper.
(d) A new technique for building engines.
14. What were Faithfull's thoughts about getting married?
(a) She was still trying to work things out with her husband.
(b) She didn't want to marry again.
(c) She wanted to marry, but not Jagger.
(d) She wanted to be married as soon as possible.
15. What was Marianne Faithfull's mother's background?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did the things Jagger experienced after the bust end up being expressed?
2. To whom did Faithfull compare Mick Jagger?
3. Why didn't Faithfull and the Stones take their arrest seriously?
4. What were Faithfull's feelings about James Fox?
5. Where did Faithfull and Jagger and James Fox and Andee Cohen spend time together?
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