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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. Where did Faithfull meet Mick Jagger?
(a) At a friend's house.
(b) At a museum.
(c) At a record party.
(d) At an art opening.
2. Where did Faithfull and Jagger and James Fox and Andee Cohen spend time together?
(a) At the studio.
(b) In Redlands.
(c) On Faithfull's bed.
(d) On the roof of Faithfull's apartment.
3. What relationship started during 'Performance'?
(a) Keith Richards and Anita Pallenberg slept together.
(b) Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg slept together.
(c) James Fox and Faithfull slept together.
(d) Faithfull and Anita Pallenberg slept together.
4. What had the Rolling Stones become by 1967, according to Faithfull?
(b) Enemies of the state.
5. What did Faithfull want to do while Anita Pallenberg, James Fox, and Mick Jagger got involved in 'Performance' together?
(a) Go to live with her parents.
(b) Go to Ireland.
(c) Go to Spain.
(d) Go to America.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Faithfull say changed when she took this advice?
2. What were Faithfull's thoughts about getting married?
3. What was Faithfull's strategy for answering reporters' questions?
4. What shocked Faithfull in Jagger's behavior?
5. Whom would Faithfull spend time with when she left her home?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did Marianne Faithfull's family come from?
2. How did Faithfull and Mick Jagger approach the question of having children together?
3. What was Mick Jagger's time in prison like?
4. What conflict did Marianne Faithfull feel when she got pregnant?
5. What was the set of 'Performance' like?
6. What was Faithfull's relationship with 'As Tears Go By'?
7. What advice did Andrew Loog Oldham give Marianne?
8. Describe Marianne Faithfull's first real experience with Mick Jagger.
9. Describe Marianne Faithfull's 1965 pregnancy.
10. Describe the scene at Courtfield Road.
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