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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. As she is taken away, when does Moll think will be the next time she will see Touchwood Junior?
(b) As soon as she can.
(c) When he comes to work for her father.
(d) At the next town celebration.
2. Where are the children going when they greet Allwit and Sir Walter?
(a) To the hospital.
(b) To school.
(c) To church.
(d) To the cinema.
3. Which character does Yellowhammer think duped him?
(b) Sir Walter.
(c) Touchwood Junior.
(d) Touchwood Senior.
4. Who is the post-christening party meant to honor?
(a) Sir Allwit.
(b) Sir Walter.
(c) The new baby.
(d) Mistress Allwit.
5. Which of the following emotions best describes Sir Walter's state when he first arrives at Allwit's home?
Short Answer Questions
1. What are Lady Kix and Sir Oliver desperate for?
2. Where are the Promoters searching for villagers?
3. What does Sir Walter threaten to do if he finds out that Allwit has slept with his wife?
4. What role do the group of townsfolk invited to the party play in the ceremony?
5. What does Sir Walter swear he will never call Touchwood Junior?
Short Essay Questions
1. What gifts does Mistress Allwit receive from Sir Walter in celebration of the birth of their daughter?
2. Who has come along with Touchwood Junior and Moll for their secret meeting?
3. What happens on the steps of the church that creates a fight amongst the women?
4. What roles will The Gossips play in the christening of Allwit's daughter?
5. Why does Lady Kix consider hiring Touchwood Senior for his unique services?
6. Who is selected as the godparents to Allwit's new baby, and how are they selected?
7. How do the Puritan women handle the situation of the townsfolk bickering at the church steps?
8. How does Touchwood Senior's story end?
9. Why does Sir Walter decide to rewrite his will?
10. What happens when the Promoters accost the Wench in an alleyway?
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