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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Moll say she continues to steal?
(a) it keeps her from being bored.
(b) if she stops others will turn her in to the police.
(c) she is in the power of the devil.
(d) she has nothing better to do.
2. What is Moll tempted to do that frightens her?
(a) she is tempted to turn herself in.
(b) she is tempted to murder the girl.
(c) she is tempted to look for more children to rob.
(d) she is tempted to steal the girl.
3. How old does she now admit to being?
4. How does Moll begin looking at the banker's house?
(a) as a problem she must solve.
(b) as a place she likes to visit.
(c) as if she could improve on it.
(d) as if it were her own.
5. After her Bath lover deserts her, what does Moll have?
(a) her apartment for one more month.
(b) bills in excess of £450.
(c) above £450 and her possessions.
(d) a sick baby and no money.
6. What effect does Moll's brushes with the law have on her activities?
(a) she becomes truly repentant and stops.
(b) she becomes overconfident and continues her business.
(c) she starts working with a partner.
(d) she takes a year off so that her face will be forgotten.
7. Before they depart for Ireland, what does Moll's new husband ask her?
(a) if she wants a large family.
(b) if she has affairs to finish in London.
(c) if she will wait for him in West chester.
(d) if she has brought any money with her.
8. What causes Moll to become audacious in her thievery?
(a) desperation over lack of money.
(b) doing it a long time without being caught.
(c) gaining a reputation among criminals.
(d) the need to be the best at what she does.
9. How does Moll steal two rings she sees through a house window?
(a) she raises the window and takes the rings.
(b) she breaks the glass and takes the rings.
(c) she sends a child inside to get the rings.
(d) she enters the house and takes the rings.
10. What does Mrs. B give to the parish officials?
(a) information on the missing husbands.
(b) security that the women who come to her are married.
(c) weekly donations of food.
(d) money to keep them quiet.
11. Why does Moll cease to fear witnesses against her?
(a) she knows too much about them.
(b) they are all hanged or transported.
(c) no one knows her face.
(d) she works in several disguises.
12. How much does Mrs. B say Moll's lying in will cost?
13. 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 was in a fire.
(d) he fell into the Thames.
14. Why does the landlady not offer the same help that Mrs. B offers?
(a) she does not have enough room.
(b) she is not a midwife.
(c) she cannot secure the parish.
(d) she lacks education.
15. What do Moll and her Lancashire husband discover about each other?
(a) they no longer love each other.
(b) they both have money.
(c) they know the same people.
(d) they are both broke.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Mill in the silversmith's shop?
2. What hardens Moll's heart to become a professional thief?
3. What happens to a woman caught with goods Moll had stolen?
4. How does the governess get money from the baronet?
5. What is the location when Moll is finally caught red handed?
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