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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Moll begin looking at the banker's house?
(a) as if it were her own.
(b) as if she could improve on it.
(c) as a place she likes to visit.
(d) as a problem she must solve.
2. Why does the landlady not offer the same help that Mrs. B offers?
(a) she lacks education.
(b) she is not a midwife.
(c) she cannot secure the parish.
(d) she does not have enough room.
3. What does Moll say allowed the devil to push her into crime?
(a) the plight of poverty.
(b) the thrill of the hunt.
(c) the influence of her missing husband.
(d) the challenge to the police.
4. How does Mill say she came out of the charge of robbing the silversmith?
(a) with fear and trepidation.
(b) with her will to stop thieving.
(c) with shame and disgrace.
(d) with flying colors.
5. What do Moll and her Lancashire husband discover about each other?
(a) they know the same people.
(b) they are both broke.
(c) they no longer love each other.
(d) they both have money.
6. What is in the letter Moll receives after the baby is born?
(a) a bill for her banker's services.
(b) a newspaper clipping about her husband.
(c) a note from her husband.
(d) a request for a visit by her banker friend.
7. What hardens Moll's heart to become a professional thief?
(a) the joy of having a profession.
(b) the thrill of not getting caught.
(c) fear of going hungry.
(d) hoping to find her highwayman husband.
8. How does the banker say his wife is a whore?
(a) as a victim of incest.
(b) not by necessity but by inclination.
(c) as mentally uncapable of resisting.
(d) as a madwoman obsessed with sex.
9. What happens when Moll's husband learns she is poor?
(a) he laughs and says it is no important.
(b) he deserts her.
(c) he gives her £1500.
(d) he beats her.
10. How is Moll married to the Irishman?
(a) in a Roman Catholic ceremony.
(b) by a Magistrate.
(c) in the Church of England.
(d) in a Druid ceremony.
11. What is the governess turned pawnbroker actually doing?
(a) robbing from the rich to give to the poor.
(b) fencing stolen goods.
(c) heading up a theft ring.
(d) teaching women how to shoplift.
12. What happens to Mill in the silversmith's shop?
(a) she takes a handful of plate just as the owner enters.
(b) she puts some spoons in her pocket and they fall to the floor.
(c) a man sees her enter and comes to accuse her of theft.
(d) she resists taking anything for fear of getting caught.
13. Who does the governess introduce Moll to who can help her learn the art of thieving?
(a) a magician.
(b) a house robber.
(c) a professional pickpocket.
(d) a schoolmistress.
14. How much does Mrs. B say Moll's lying in will cost?
15. What does Moll steal from a child?
(a) her shoes.
(b) a bag containing a few coins.
(c) a bag she is carrying for her mother.
(d) a small gold necklace.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens at the Barnet Stage?
2. Why does Moll say she continues to steal?
3. What does Moll fear about her current landlady who brings Mrs. B?
4. What effect does Moll's brushes with the law have on her activities?
5. Who does Moll meet to help her with her money?
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