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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. What stopped after Faithfull and Jagger established a domestic life at Cheyne Walk?
(a) They stopped having sex.
(b) They started writing their memoirs.
(c) The Stones stopped recording.
(d) Faithfull got pregnant.
2. Who was Ahmet?
(a) Faithfull's editor.
(b) The Rolling Stones' publicist.
(c) Mick Jagger's agent.
(d) The head of Atlantic Records.
3. What did Dylan tell Faithfull he regretted?
(a) Being married.
(b) Kicking her out of his place.
(c) Not making love to her.
(d) Tearing up his poem to her.
4. What show was Marianne Faithfull in that she got great reviews?
(a) The Homecoming.
(b) Threepenny Opera.
(c) The Sisters.
(d) Broken English.
5. What unpleasantness arose in 1970 regarding John Dunbar?
(a) A paternity suit from a young serving girl.
(b) A divorce case.
(c) A financial scandal.
(d) A car accident.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Faithfull say she identified with Ophelia?
2. What does Faithfull say people thought of Mick Jagger after Let it Bleed came out?
3. Whom did Faithfull think she saw in the mirror?
4. What did a reviewer call 'Strange Weather'?
5. Where did Faithfull meet Ben Brierly?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Marianne Faithfull's domestic life with Mick Jagger.
2. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Ben Brierly.
3. How did Broken English have negative consequences for Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
4. How does Faithfull characterize 'Let it Bleed'?
5. Describe Faithfull's mother's feelings about art.
6. What ended the relationship between Marianne Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
7. How was the Rolling Stones' image changing by the late 1960s?
8. Describe Marianne Faithfull's lifestyle in Soho.
9. What trauma accompanied Faithfull's breakup with Jagger?
10. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Lord Paddy Rossmore.
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