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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. Why did Jagger stop inviting Faithfull to dine out with him?
(a) She became belligerent with people.
(b) She was always on drugs.
(c) She was pregnant.
(d) She didn't fit in.
2. What show was Marianne Faithfull in that she got great reviews?
(a) The Homecoming.
(b) The Sisters.
(c) Threepenny Opera.
(d) Broken English.
3. What was the Rolling Stones' relationship with the Beatles by the late 1960s?
(a) They were eclipsing the Beatles' fame.
(b) They were developing a destructive hostility.
(c) They were feeding each other's notoriety.
(d) They were talking about merging.
4. How does Faithfull characterize Dylan's life when they met up?
(a) On the way down.
(b) At a low point.
(c) On the mend.
(d) At its peak.
5. Whom does Faithfull say she was in love with while she was living with Jagger in Cheyne Walk?
(a) Anita Pallenberg.
(b) Keith Richards.
(c) James Fox.
(d) Tony Nicol.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Faithfull characterize 'Let it Bleed'?
2. How does Faithfull characterize Jagger's relationship with magic?
3. What did a reviewer call 'Strange Weather'?
4. What stopped after Faithfull and Jagger established a domestic life at Cheyne Walk?
5. Whom were Ben Brierly and Faithfull hanging out with in Lots Road?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Ben Brierly.
2. Describe Faithfull's mother's feelings about art.
3. Describe Faithfull's experience as Ophelia.
4. What was Marianne Faithfull's mother's response to her overdose?
5. Describe Marianne Faithfull's domestic life with Mick Jagger.
6. What split Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull up in the 1970s?
7. How does Faithfull describe the agony of addiction?
8. Describe Faithfull's dream about Mick Jagger.
9. Describe Marianne Faithfull's reunion with Bob Dylan.
10. Describe Marianne Faithfull's lifestyle in Soho.
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