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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the press' reaction to Jagger's verdict?
(a) They treated him like a pariah.
(b) They obsessed about his behavior in prison.
(c) They followed him around with questions about the bust.
(d) They ignored him.
2. What was Mick Jagger always pretending, according to Faithfull?
(a) They were revolutionaries
(b) They were a corporation, in the business of making art.
(c) They were a nuclear family, with Jagger and Faithfull as the parents.
(d) They were always having sex.
3. What were diplomats beginning to plan for, according to Faithfull?
(a) Canonization of the Rolling Stones.
(b) Charity missions for the Rolling Stones.
(c) The Rolling Stones' downfall.
(d) A world tour.
4. Who was Anita Pallenberg?
(a) A friend of Bob Dylan's.
(b) A musician who played with the Rolling Stones.
(c) Brian Jones' girlfriend.
(d) Mick Jagger's girlfriend.
5. Where did Faithfull meet Mick Jagger?
(a) At a record party.
(b) At an art opening.
(c) At a friend's house.
(d) At a museum.
6. Whom would Faithfull spend time with when she left her home?
(a) Andrew Oldham.
(b) Mick Jagger.
(c) Bob Dylan.
(d) Brian Jones.
7. What were Faithfull's feelings about Bob Dylan?
(a) She worshipped him.
(b) She was curious about him.
(c) She disdained him.
(d) She didn't know who he was.
8. What happened to Anita Pallenberg after 'Performance', according to Faithfull?
(a) She began to write her own music.
(b) She moved home to live with her parents.
(c) She went crazy.
(d) She overdosed and nearly died.
9. Who was Chrissie Shrimpton?
(a) Mick Jagger's girlfriend.
(b) Marianne Faithfull's friend.
(c) Mick Jagger's ex-girlfriend.
(d) Faithfull's husband's new girlfriend.
10. What did Faithfull and Allen Ginsberg have in common?
(a) Intellectual matters.
11. What did Jeremy Clyde explain to Faithfull?
(a) Love and sex were different things.
(b) Rock n roll was the future.
(c) The government was corrupted by money and power.
(d) Sexuality is a spectrum with no fixed points.
12. What were Jagger's thoughts about getting married?
(a) He was already married.
(b) He didn't want to get married.
(c) She wanted to marry, but not Faithfull.
(d) He wanted to marry.
13. How does Faithfull characterize her mother?
(a) She was timid and frail.
(b) She told fantastic stories.
(c) She raised purebred hunting dogs.
(d) She was an artist and eccentric.
14. How did Jagger's dandyish clothing affect the public's view of him?
(a) They saw him as a threat to bourgeois norms.
(b) They saw him as a flagrant homosexual.
(c) They saw him as a persecuted aristocrat.
(d) They saw him as a fragile genius.
15. What does Faithfull say she felt like after her arrest?
(a) A rebel.
(b) A hero.
(c) A martyr.
(d) An outcast.
Short Answer Questions
1. What were Faithfull's thoughts about getting married?
2. What would Jagger and Faithfull do during breaks at recording sessions?
3. What did Faithfull's father establish?
4. What did Faithfull say changed when she took this advice?
5. How does Faithfull characterize her first love?
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