1. Why are the women whom Wollstonecraft knows miserable?
(a) Their marriages were arranged.
(b) They are forced to work outside their homes.
(c) Their educations have been neglected.
(d) Their husbands are all away at war.
2. What do most women rely on instead of education?
(a) Their skills.
(b) Their fathers.
(c) Their faith.
(d) Their beauty.
3. Who has written instructional books that treat women as subordinate?
(d) Church authorities.
4. In what area does Wollstonecraft concede men's superiority?
(a) Understanding Scriptures.
(c) Conversational skills.
(d) Physical strength.
5. What kind of women does society speak out against?
(a) Women who work outside their homes.
(b) Feminine women.
(c) Women who choose not to marry.
(d) Masculine women.
6. To whom does Wollstonecraft want to appeal?
(a) The middle class.
(b) The upper class.
(c) The lower class.
7. What women are too weak and artificial for the author to address in her work?
(b) Women of the Church.
(c) Poor women.
(d) Rich women.
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