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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 kind of unwanted attention did Broken English bring Faithfull?
(a) Media attention.
(b) Police attention.
(c) Attention to their finances.
(d) Anti-drug campaigns' attention.
2. How does Faithfull characterize 'Let it Bleed'?
(a) A waste of time.
(b) A return to roots.
(c) A new kind of music.
(d) Ahead of its time.
3. How does Faithfull characterize the last years of her mother's life?
(a) Troubled by poor health.
(b) Bitter and contentious.
(c) Sweet and peaceful.
(d) Miserable with alcohol addiction.
4. What unpleasantness arose in 1970 regarding John Dunbar?
(a) A paternity suit from a young serving girl.
(b) A car accident.
(c) A financial scandal.
(d) A divorce case.
5. What did Faithfull offer her son when he came to visit her in New York?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Faithfull say she learned at Hazelden?
2. What does Faithfull say was Dylan's reaction when they saw each other again?
3. Why did Jagger stop inviting Faithfull to dine out with him?
4. Where did Faithfull go from New York to clean herself up?
5. What does Faithfull say Jagger liked about this reputation?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Ben Brierly.
2. Contrast this visit with the last previous visit between Faithfull and Dylan.
3. What trauma accompanied Faithfull's breakup with Jagger?
4. Describe Faithfull's first overdose.
5. How did Marianne Faithfull get back into making music?
6. Describe Faithfull's mother's feelings about art.
7. How did Broken English have negative consequences for Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
8. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Lord Paddy Rossmore.
9. Describe Marianne Faithfull's domestic life with Mick Jagger.
10. What was Marianne Faithfull's mother's response to her overdose?
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