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Moll Flanders Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 99-125: Summary

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Ending with the line: "he likewise let me know how to write a litter to him, so that he said he wou'd be sure to receive it."

At forty-two years old, Moll was afraid for her financial situation because living in London was very expensive. She, again, circulated the rumor that she was a rich widow hoping to attract a husband. She met a woman from North England who constantly spoke about how much cheaper it was to live where she is from, and she invited Moll to come with her there to meet her well-off friends and relatives. Moll agreed to go, but wanted to take care of her financial affairs before she left. She wanted to put her money in a bank, but she needed someone to help her manage her money. She was introduced to a clerk whom she had...

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