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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 does Faithfull say was Dylan's reaction when they saw each other again?
(a) He was thrilled.
(b) He was enamored.
(c) He was disgusted.
(d) He was distrustful.
2. Whom does Faithfull say she was in love with while she was living with Jagger in Cheyne Walk?
(a) Keith Richards.
(b) Anita Pallenberg.
(c) Tony Nicol.
(d) James Fox.
3. How does Faithfull characterize Soho society in the early 1970s?
(a) High society.
(b) Junkies and winos.
(c) Respectable bourgeois society.
(d) White collar criminals.
4. What did 'Lucifer Rising' do for Faithfull's image?
(a) Rehabilitated her.
(b) Established her creative genius.
(c) Made her look fiendish.
(d) Bankrupted it.
5. Who was Ahmet?
(a) Mick Jagger's agent.
(b) The Rolling Stones' publicist.
(c) The head of Atlantic Records.
(d) Faithfull's editor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Faithfull say she overdosed on pills?
2. What did Andrew Oldham do to cheer Marianne Faithfull up after her overdose?
3. What stopped after Faithfull and Jagger established a domestic life at Cheyne Walk?
4. Whom did Faithfull think she saw in the mirror?
5. What unpleasantness arose in 1970 regarding John Dunbar?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Marianne Faithfull's lifestyle in Soho.
2. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Ben Brierly.
3. What split Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull up in the 1970s?
4. Describe Marianne Faithfull's domestic life with Mick Jagger.
5. How was the Rolling Stones' image changing by the late 1960s?
6. Describe Faithfull's first overdose.
7. What was Marianne Faithfull's mother's response to her overdose?
8. What ended the relationship between Marianne Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
9. Contrast this visit with the last previous visit between Faithfull and Dylan.
10. How did Broken English have negative consequences for Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
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