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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. At whose home is the post-christening party held?
(c) Sir Walter's.
(d) Davy Duhana's.
2. What does Touchwood Junior tell Moll he has brought to the town party?
(a) A letter.
(b) A sack of coins.
(c) A gun.
(d) A ring.
3. What role do the group of townsfolk invited to the party play in the ceremony?
(a) Actings as assistants.
(b) Acting as entertainment.
(c) Acting as servants.
(d) Acting as witnesses.
4. Which of the following names does Allwit call Wat, his "son?"
5. What is the name of the group of people that stand up and speak during the town party?
(a) The Gossips.
(b) The Shouts.
(c) The Speakers.
(d) The Whisperers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is hiding under the leg of mutton that the wench presents to the Promoters?
2. What are Moll's last words to Touchwood Junior before she is taken away?
3. What is the name of the wealthy merchant that the Promoters work for?
4. What is Allwit congratulated on during the town party?
5. How does Yellowhammer react to the secret meeting between Moll and Touchwood Junior?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Yellowhammer and Maudlin finally locate Moll, what physical state is she in?
2. How do the townsfolk receive Tim when he returns home for the christening party?
3. How does Touchwood Senior's story end?
4. What happens on the steps of the church that creates a fight amongst the women?
5. What happens when Touchwood Junior challenges Sir Walter do a duel?
6. How does Allwit feel about the birth of his new baby?
7. How does Middleton strive to portray the Puritan women in his play?
8. Who is nominated to lead the party into the church, and what is the reaction to this nomination?
9. What confessions does the Welsh gentlewoman make to Tim after the pair is married?
10. How does Allwit prepare for his daughter's christening?
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