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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 Ben Brierly?
(a) Looking for heroin.
(b) At an art opening.
(c) At a concert.
(d) Through a friend.
2. How does Faithfull characterize Hilly Michaels?
(a) A guy she had good times with.
(b) The man who saved her life.
(c) A dealer who invited her into his business.
(d) The worst man she was ever with.
3. What does Faithfull say she felt about Jagger's sleeping with men?
(a) She was turned on.
(b) She was outraged.
(c) She was afraid for him.
(d) She didn't mind.
4. Why does Faithfull say she overdosed on pills?
(a) She wanted to hurt Jagger.
(b) She thought she could transcend herself.
(c) She thought she should be dead.
(d) She didn't know she was overdosing.
5. What had Faithfull just done when she met Dylan again?
(a) Started detoxification.
(b) Returned to drug use.
(c) Released Broken English.
(d) Started playing music again.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Faithfull characterize her early relationship with Ben Brierly?
2. What stopped after Faithfull and Jagger established a domestic life at Cheyne Walk?
3. To whom was 'Strange Weather' dedicated?
4. Where did Faithfull go from New York to clean herself up?
5. What did Faithfull offer her son when he came to visit her in New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Marianne Faithfull get back into making music?
2. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Lord Paddy Rossmore.
3. What was Marianne Faithfull's mother's response to her overdose?
4. Describe Marianne Faithfull's lifestyle in Soho.
5. Describe Faithfull's mother's feelings about art.
6. Describe Faithfull's experience as Ophelia.
7. How does Faithfull describe the agony of addiction?
8. What ended the relationship between Marianne Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
9. Describe Faithfull's dream about Mick Jagger.
10. How does Faithfull characterize 'Let it Bleed'?
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