Where was Moll Flanders born?
Whose idea is it that little Moll should be "a gentlewoman"?
In the family that adopts Moll during her teenage years, which of the two brothers does she eventually marry?
What relative does Moll unwittingly marry?
How long does Moll stay in America during her first tenure there?
Which of the following is NOT one of the measures Moll takes to disburden herself of her children?
Why is Jemy reluctant to go to London with Moll?
Who commits suicide in Moll Flanders?
Why does Moll dress as a man?
For what crime is Moll finally imprisoned?
Who does Moll see from the window on the morning after she marries the banker?
Who urges Moll into her first act of theft?
Who advocates on Moll's behalf in the criminal justice system?
How does Moll react when she sees her son Humphrey in America?
In which colony do Moll and Jemy eventually settle?
Where do Moll and the banker have their wedding?
How does Jemy react when he learns that Moll is pregnant with his child?
Which of the following is not a type of merchandise that Moll frequently steals?
When does Moll pretend to be the victim of a pickpocket?
Which of these crimes does Moll never commit?
Who arranges to have Moll and Jemy released from their obligatory servitude when they get to America?
How old is Moll Flanders when she makes her final return to England?
What does Moll name as her earliest moral transgression?
Who initiates the first sexual liaison between Moll and her gentleman-friend at Bath?
Who tricks whom in Moll's marriage to Jemy?