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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Faithfull characterize 'Let it Bleed'?
2. How does Faithfull characterize Hilly Michaels?
3. What did Dylan tell Faithfull he still had from when they had known each other in the 1960s?
4. How does Faithfull characterize Jagger's relationship with magic?
5. What was the Rolling Stones' relationship with the Beatles by the late 1960s?
Short Essay Questions
1. How was the Rolling Stones' image changing by the late 1960s?
2. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Ben Brierly.
3. Describe Faithfull's experience as Ophelia.
4. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Lord Paddy Rossmore.
5. Contrast this visit with the last previous visit between Faithfull and Dylan.
6. What trauma accompanied Faithfull's breakup with Jagger?
7. How does Faithfull characterize 'Let it Bleed'?
8. Describe Marianne Faithfull's relationship with Howard Tose.
9. How did Broken English have negative consequences for Faithfull and Ben Brierly?
10. Describe Faithfull's mother's feelings about art.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What does 'Faithfull' tell us about the changes that were taking place in culture in the 1960s? Is her perspective very useful for making this portrait, or is it too personal? How does Faithfull herself try to answer this question about the times and events taking place around her?
Essay Topic 2
How would you characterize the rebellion Faithfull and the Rolling Stones and the counter-culture were making? What were its goals? How did individuals make sense of the chaotic environment differently? Was there one counter-culture, or were there as many counter-cultures as there were people?
Essay Topic 3
The 1960s seem to be making a perpetual resurgence in contemporary culture. How are the 1960s Faithfull presents different from the 1960s people now seem to believe in?
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