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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. What is the governess' new business?
(a) drug dealer.
(b) tax collector.
2. What is the banker's house like?
(a) large and well furnished.
(b) large but without much furniture.
(c) in need of a woman's touch.
(d) small and comfortable.
3. What does Moll confess to the banker?
(a) that she had no romantic ideas about him.
(b) that she fell in love with him at the bank.
(c) that she trusted him but that was all.
(d) that she had thought he was single.
4. What do Moll and Mrs. B work out?
(a) a way to transport Moll to Ireland.
(b) a plan to find Moll's husband.
(c) a budget for Moll's expenses.
(d) a job for Moll to pay her expenses.
5. What does Moll fear about her current landlady who brings Mrs. B?
(a) that she will toss her out.
(b) that she will steal her baby.
(c) that she will demand a great deal of money.
(d) that she will cause trouble for her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Moll say is worse than being in want?
2. Why does Moll put off the banker who now has a divorce?
3. What is in the letter Moll receives after the baby is born?
4. How does Moll begin looking at the banker's house?
5. Who does Moll meet to help her with her money?
Short Essay Questions
1. What assistance does she get from the landlady at the rooming house?
2. What happens to the child after it is born?
3. How is the governess able to set Moll up with the baronet after she robbed him in the carriage?
4. Why does Moll not make a play for the banker?
5. Describe how Moll and James part.
6. In Newgate, who is the leader of a rebel gang brought in for trial?
7. How does Moll turn her stolen goods into cash?
8. Where do Moll and James end up after Newgate?
9. Explain what foils Moll's plan to marry the banker when she returns to London.
10. How does Moll's marriage to the banker come to an end?
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