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Many, she told Moll, became great men and were not ashamed of the brand on their hands which indicated that they had been in prison. Then she took off her glove and showed Moll the burn in her own hand. Moll's mother-in-law related that she had fallen into bad company in her youth and was saved from hanging only because she was pregnant. When the mother-in-law happened to mention her own name, Moll became very much upset and begged her mother-in-law to discontinue her story. Nevertheless, the woman went on to say that she had eventually married her master, after the death of his wife, and had brought up the two children she had had by him.
Cliffs Notes, Inc. Lincoln, Nebraska Page 3 Contents Introduction 5 A Brief Synopsis 10 Summaries and Commentaries 12 Critical Analysis 65 Character Sketches 72 Critical Opinions 76 Study Questions 78 Selected Bibliography 80 Page 5 Introduction Early Life One of three children, Daniel Defoe was born to James Foe, a butcher, and his wife Alice, in the parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London about 1660. It seems that Defoe's name went through various spellings: Foe, Faugh, DuFoo, Du'Foe, DeFoe, DeFooe, Dukow (a sexton's error) and Daniel Defoe, Esq.
In two or three years fortunes were being made on the Exchange which would take forty years to amass in a small business. The London merchant was gaining a foothold in the economy of the country because of the rapid increase of trade. It was during the 1680's that the modern business world was born. Defoe became an apprentice to a hosiery merchant and two years later he became a haberdasher with a shop in a highrent district in the heart of London. The Pamphleteer In 1683 he published his first political pamphlet.