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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 a woman friend of Moll's wants her to meet her brother, what does the man want?
(a) her money.
(b) a maid.
(c) a mistress.
(d) a nanny for his children.
2. Who does Moll say put evil ideas into her head?
(a) her highwayman husband.
(b) her governess.
(c) the police.
(d) the devil.
3. What does Moll learn about her banker?
(a) he wants a mistress.
(b) he has a wife.
(c) he is a confirmed bachelor.
(d) he has no money himself.
4. After her Bath lover deserts her, what does Moll have?
(a) a sick baby and no money.
(b) above £450 and her possessions.
(c) bills in excess of £450.
(d) her apartment for one more month.
5. Why does Moll not relate all the adventures of her Lancashire husband?
(a) it is her story, not his.
(b) she cannot know them all.
(c) she does not believe them all.
(d) she means to write another book.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Moll begin looking at the banker's house?
2. What does Mrs. B do with unwanted children?
3. What causes Moll to become audacious in her thievery?
4. What is the governess' new business?
5. What happens to Mill in the silversmith's shop?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Moll escape capture when a former partner in crime gets caught by the police?
2. What does Moll do after the man falls into a drunken sleep?
3. What is Moll's concern about having the baby in the rooming house where she is staying?
4. Describe how Moll and James part.
5. How is the governess able to set Moll up with the baronet after she robbed him in the carriage?
6. What causes Moll to continue stealing?
7. What happens to the child after it is born?
8. How is Moll finally caught red handed?
9. How does Moll's marriage to the banker come to an end?
10. How does Moll meet the next man she becomes involved with when she is forty-two-years old?
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