Moll Flanders Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does Moll cease to fear witnesses against her?

2. What happens to the governess to reduce her fortune?

3. How is Moll swept off her feet by an Irishman?

4. After moving back with the governess, what work does Mill do?

5. How does Moll begin looking at the banker's house?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Moll eventually project her guilt onto someone else?

2. How is Moll finally caught red handed?

3. What is Moll's concern about having the baby in the rooming house where she is staying?

4. Why does Moll not make a play for the banker?

5. What happens to the child after it is born?

6. Describe how Moll and James part.

7. Where do Moll and James end up after Newgate?

8. What adventure does Moll have at the gaming house?

9. Why is Moll so popular up north?

10. How does the governess try to prepare Moll for hanging?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Write an essay of at least two typewritten, double spaced pages the position of women in 18th century England and in the colonies. Define the limitations placed on women, their responsibility regarding having children, their lack of rights when a marriage or relationship breaks up, the kind of labor they are limited to doing and the pay scale they are offered.

Essay Topic 2

Write an essay of at least two typewritten, double spaced pages the disparity between the rich and the poor in 18th century England and the colonies. Discuss to what extent that disparity is directly related to feudalism and how it affected the history of the British colonies in America.

Essay Topic 3

Write an essay of at least two typewritten, double spaced pages on literary language of the 18th century. Use examples in the novel to demonstrate the formality of written language and vocabulary that is not used in the same way today. State you opinion about the degree of difficulty in understanding the story that language presents in MOLL FLANDERS.

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