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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Mrs. Mayoress say Moll may become a gentlewoman for all they know?
(a) she has a gentlewoman's air about her.
(b) she speaks with proper English.
(c) she has a gentlewoman's hands.
(d) she is very lovely.
2. What causes Moll not to go to the older brother's wedding?
(a) she has to look after her ten children.
(b) she is not invited to the wedding.
(c) she is eight months pregnant.
(d) seeing another woman marry the man she loves.
3. What is Moll looking for after the death of her first husband?
(a) a rich man to marry.
(b) a rich man to make her his mistress.
(c) a rich man to rob.
(d) a rich man to adopt her.
4. Where does Moll say her true name is known?
(a) in the Mint.
(b) in Virginia.
(c) in Newgate and the Old Bailey.
(d) in her small circle of friends.
5. What does Moll receive at the second home where she is kept?
(a) hard labor.
(b) fire new garments.
(d) £100 a month.
6. What does the younger brother want to do?
(a) kill his brother.
(b) sleep in Betty's bed.
(c) set Betty up in an apartment.
(d) marry Betty.
7. At what age do the magistrates declare that Moll should go into service?
(a) age ten.
(b) age six.
(c) age eight.
(d) age twelve.
8. What does Moll tell her suitor that he does not apparently believe?
(a) that she is married already.
(b) that she demands a diamond ring.
(c) that she has six children.
(d) that she is poor.
9. How does Moll compare herself to the gentleman at Bath?
(a) that she is more innocent.
(b) that she is more helpless.
(c) that she is more noble.
(d) that she is more wicked.
10. What does Mrs. Mayoress call Moll that she thinks is a bad name?
11. What does the new mistress lack that the former one had?
(a) fine clothes.
12. How does Moll propose to make her own living?
(a) by selling violets.
(b) by dancing and singing.
(c) by begging on the streets.
(d) by sewing and spinning.
13. What does the younger brother protest about with his sister?
(a) that he always has to take his brother's left overs.
(b) that he is not interested in money.
(c) that he is looking for a woman without money.
(d) that he will never marry an woman.
14. What does the narrator say has been left out of the story?
(a) some of the most boring parts.
(b) some of the more vicious parts.
(c) some of the duplicate parts.
(d) some of the least colorful parts.
15. How is the weather during Moll's trip back to England from Virginia?
(a) there are several storms.
(b) it rains for the entire trip.
(c) the ship is driven aground on an island.
(d) it is peaceful.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the condition under which Moll goes to a new house?
2. What can Moll not consider doing?
3. What does the sister tell her brother now recommends a woman to a gentleman?
4. What does the narrator say the problem is with writing such a story of three decades of crime?
5. Where does Moll take up residence after returning from Virginia?
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