1. What is the assumption left up to the reader in the Preface?
(a) Whether the story is true or fiction.
(b) Whether Moll Flanders is good or bad.
(c) Whether the narrator is Moll or not.
(d) Whether the story takes place in England or America.
2. Who is assumed to be the narrator of the story?
(a) Moll Flanders' mother.
(b) Moll Flanders.
(c) Daniel DeFoe.
(d) a British journalist.
3. What alteration does the narrator say has been made to the story?
(a) more historical references.
(b) more modest words.
(c) more stress on the law.
(d) more graphic detail.
4. What does the narrator say has been left out of the story?
(a) some of the more vicious parts.
(b) some of the least colorful parts.
(c) some of the most boring parts.
(d) some of the duplicate parts.
5. What does the narrator tell the reader to expect in the story?
(a) sudden changes in location.
(b) sudden shifts of the story line.
(c) sudden surprises of every sort.
(d) sudden lapses in Mill's memory.
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