Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
Section 1 (Moll's childhood)
Section 2 (Moll's first lover and first marriage)
Section 3 (Moll marries the draper, and then her half-brother)
Section 4 (Moll has an affair with a married man)
Section 5 (The banker, and Moll's Lancashire husband)
Section 6 (Moll marries the banker)
Section 7 (Moll begins a life of crime)
Section 8 (Moll in Newgate)
Section 9 (Moll and Jemy in America, and conclusion)
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The novel stated the Moll had two children by the banker. Did I miss something in that I don't think the novel stated what she did with those two children.
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