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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the banker promise Moll?
(a) not to offer her money to be his mistress.
(b) to help her triple her money.
(c) not to talk more until he has a divorce.
(d) to pay her well for occasional sex.
2. What does Moll confess to the banker?
(a) that she had thought he was single.
(b) that she trusted him but that was all.
(c) that she had no romantic ideas about him.
(d) that she fell in love with him at the bank.
3. How does the banker say his wife is a whore?
(a) as mentally uncapable of resisting.
(b) not by necessity but by inclination.
(c) as a victim of incest.
(d) as a madwoman obsessed with sex.
4. What does Moll say is worse than being in want?
(a) being helpless.
(b) being friendless.
(c) being old.
(d) being in prison.
5. What is Moll tempted to do that frightens her?
(a) she is tempted to turn herself in.
(b) she is tempted to look for more children to rob.
(c) she is tempted to steal the girl.
(d) she is tempted to murder the girl.
6. When Moll is well enough to go to Mrs. B's house, how is she surprised?
(a) by its seculsion.
(b) by its comfort and cleanliness.
(c) by its small rooms.
(d) by its value.
7. What is in the letter Moll receives after the baby is born?
(a) a newspaper clipping about her husband.
(b) a request for a visit by her banker friend.
(c) a bill for her banker's services.
(d) a note from her husband.
8. Before they depart for Ireland, what does Moll's new husband ask her?
(a) if she wants a large family.
(b) if she has brought any money with her.
(c) if she has affairs to finish in London.
(d) if she will wait for him in West chester.
9. What does Moll fear about her current landlady who brings Mrs. B?
(a) that she will steal her baby.
(b) that she will cause trouble for her.
(c) that she will toss her out.
(d) that she will demand a great deal of money.
10. What does Moll admit to the lady who comes to help her?
(a) that she has a husband.
(b) that she has a lot of money.
(c) that she does not want the child.
(d) that she is not married.
11. Who does the governess introduce Moll to who can help her learn the art of thieving?
(a) a house robber.
(b) a magician.
(c) a schoolmistress.
(d) a professional pickpocket.
12. Why does Moll reproach herself after getting caught with the brocade silk?
(a) she could not make up a good story.
(b) she did not scope out the scene well.
(c) she did not heed the warnings from before.
(d) she stayed too long in the house.
13. What is the banker's house like?
(a) small and comfortable.
(b) in need of a woman's touch.
(c) large but without much furniture.
(d) large and well furnished.
14. 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) it nearly kills her.
(d) the baby is still born.
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. What is the governess' new business?
2. Why does Moll say she continues to steal?
3. What causes Moll to become audacious in her thievery?
4. What do Moll and her Lancashire husband discover about each other?
5. How much does Mrs. B say Moll's lying in will cost?
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