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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Mrs. B not abort Moll's pregnancy?
(a) her religion does not allow it.
(b) she has a buyer for Moll's child.
(c) Moll wants to keep the baby.
(d) she is too far along.
2. What reception does Moll get from the inmates at Newgate?
(a) they gloated over her capture.
(b) they ignored her.
(c) they all wanted to meet her.
(d) they sympathized with her.
3. How much does Mrs. B say Moll's lying in will cost?
4. How does the banker say his wife is a whore?
(a) as a madwoman obsessed with sex.
(b) not by necessity but by inclination.
(c) as a victim of incest.
(d) as mentally uncapable of resisting.
5. What happens at the Barnet Stage?
(a) Moll fakes an accident and demands compensation.
(b) Moll takes a woman's watch from her belt.
(c) Moll steals a bundle from a girl with a baby.
(d) Moll goes to Glasgow.
6. What does Moll confess to the banker?
(a) that she fell in love with him at the bank.
(b) that she trusted him but that was all.
(c) that she had thought he was single.
(d) that she had no romantic ideas about him.
7. What happens to save Moll?
(a) she is sentenced to being transported instead of death.
(b) she manages a great escape from Newgate.
(c) she buys her way out of prison.
(d) she agrees to go to France and never return to England.
8. How does Moll begin looking at the banker's house?
(a) as a place she likes to visit.
(b) as a problem she must solve.
(c) as if it were her own.
(d) as if she could improve on it.
9. What does Moll say the passing jade thinks of?
(a) having many babies.
(b) not the man but the money.
(c) a love of their own.
(d) a chance to marry.
10. How does the governess say the baronet explained his condition to his wife?
(a) he got drunk and was robbed.
(b) he lost everything at gambling.
(c) he fell into the Thames.
(d) he was in a fire.
11. After moving back with the governess, what work does Mill do?
(a) baby sitting.
(b) needle work.
(c) teaching school.
(d) house cleaning.
12. What does Moll say about her delivery?
(a) it was expert and better than a mother's help.
(b) she learns she has twin girls.
(c) the baby is still born.
(d) it nearly kills her.
13. When a woman friend of Moll's wants her to meet her brother, what does the man want?
(a) a nanny for his children.
(b) a mistress.
(c) a maid.
(d) her money.
14. What does Moll say is worse than being in want?
(a) being in prison.
(b) being friendless.
(c) being old.
(d) being helpless.
15. How does Mill say she came out of the charge of robbing the silversmith?
(a) with her will to stop thieving.
(b) with shame and disgrace.
(c) with fear and trepidation.
(d) with flying colors.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does the wealthy man Moll robs in a coach turn out to be?
2. How is Moll married to the Irishman?
3. How does Moll take advantage of the fop who took her to bed one evening?
4. What does she say he is probably most worried about now?
5. What does Moll do to the shopkeeper after she is exonerated by the capture of the real shoplifter?
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