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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does a woman need to be a good mother?
(a) A kind husband.
(b) Financial security.
(c) Independence of the mind.
(d) The freedom to do as she wishes.
2. What does Wollstonecraft say is needed in order for morality to prevail in society?
3. What kind of example do most mothers set for their children?
(a) Good examples.
(b) Bad examples.
(c) Biased examples.
(d) Limited examples.
4. According to the fourth section of Chapter 13, what is more commonly found in the male world than the female world?
(c) Mutual respect.
5. What parents are able to extort a great deal of respect from their children?
(a) Strict parents.
(b) Loving parents.
(c) Parents of high rank.
(d) Indolent parents of high rank.
6. What kind of governing can parents tend to, according to Chapter 10?
7. What is woman's only duty to fulfill?
8. What often happens to boys who attend religious schools?
(a) They have trouble finding wives.
(b) They join the clergy.
(c) They are unable to function outside of the church.
(d) They avoid worship services.
9. From whom do women want respect, according to Wollstonecraft and Rousseau?
(a) Other women.
(c) The world.
(d) their fathers.
10. To what would women progress if they were given the same fundamental rights and freedoms as men?
(c) Ideal motherhood.
11. What do women rarely exhibit, according to Wollstonecraft?
(a) Preference for their children over their husbands.
(b) An occasion to spoil their children.
(c) Enlightened maternal affection.
12. How are the husbands of meek wives portrayed?
(a) As lions.
(b) As scarecrows.
(c) As guides.
(d) As wizards.
13. In what educational situation do boys become slovenly?
(a) Boarding schools.
(b) Religious schools.
(c) Country day schools.
(d) Individual education.
14. What does Wollstonecraft think of women being closed up in convents and boarding schools?
(a) She supports it.
(b) Policies need to be reformed.
(c) She objects.
(d) She sees the benefits, but it is risky.
15. What can happen if a woman loves her children only out of a sense of duty or because they are her own children?
(a) Problems can arise.
(b) Nothing harmful.
(c) Fathers can take on the role of the mother.
(d) The children can take on the role of the parents.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Wollstonecraft say women want?
2. What are women taught to develop from a very early age?
3. What will teach girls the lessons they will practice on their husbands?
4. What is the most important aspect in attaining rank and class, according to Chapter 9?
5. What makes the charlatans addressed in the first section of Chapter 13 worse, according to Wollstonecraft?
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