Moll Flanders - Pages 148-174: Summary & Analysis

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Ending with the line: "but was soon I tir'd of that disguise, as I have said, for indeed it expos'd me to too many difficulties."

Without a husband to support her, Moll again worried about her financial situation. She left her house and found a cheaper place to live-- everyday worrying that she would run out of money. She lived like this for a year, until one day she was out for a walk and saw a woman in a shop not paying attention to her bundle. Moll seized the opportunity to steals the woman's bundle, which turned out to be some linen, some silver dishes, three silk handkerchiefs and a little bit of money. Moll instantly repented what she had done. However, her poverty-stricken condition hardened her heart into acceptance. Moll then lured a child into an alley and stole her gold...

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