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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Moll realize the older brother only wants her as a mistress?
(a) when he stops talking about love and marriage.
(b) when he tells her he is engaged to another lady.
(c) when he gives her £1000 to leave town..
(d) when he gives her 100 guineas and a promise for that much each year.
2. What does the younger brother protest about with his sister?
(a) that he is not interested in money.
(b) that he will never marry an woman.
(c) that he is looking for a woman without money.
(d) that he always has to take his brother's left overs.
3. What causes Moll not to go to the older brother's wedding?
(a) seeing another woman marry the man she loves.
(b) she is not invited to the wedding.
(c) she has to look after her ten children.
(d) she is eight months pregnant.
4. What does the narrator insist is the value of the story?
(a) that it will teach child rearing to new parents.
(b) that it will put the reader to sleep.
(c) that it opens up a new kind of literature.
(d) that something just or religious may be learned.
5. What does the narrator admit about the text?
(a) that it is difficult to follow.
(b) that it has been put into new words.
(c) that it is totally fiction.
(d) that it is just as written in a diary.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the elder brother begin his chase of Moll?
2. What does Mrs. Betty (aka Moll) know that makes her vain?
3. Why does she use the name of Moll Flanders?
4. What does the sister tell her brother now recommends a woman to a gentleman?
5. What does Moll say that women of her time had lost?
Short Essay Questions
1. What apology does the editor make about the content of the book?
2. What excuse does the older brother give for not marrying Moll right away?
3. Why does Moll put off the younger brother's proposal of marriage?
4. What is Moll's experience with her second husband?
5. After some repentance for their sleeping together, what do Moll and the gentleman do?
6. What does Moll learn about the Men who visit Bath during the summer season?
7. To Moll's chagrin, what does the older brother insist that she do?
8. Under what condition does Moll arrive back in England.
9. What is Moll's life like at first in Virginia?
10. What does the editor claim about Moll's new life in the American colonies?
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