To the Libertines, First Dialogue, Second Dialogue Synopsis
1. What term does the Marquis de Sade use to refer to his readers in the beginning of his Introduction?
2. Which of the following groups is not one that Sade refers to specifically in To the Libertines?
3. In To the Libertines, what does Sade promise to all of those who follow his precepts?
4. Who does Sade recommend his young girl readers emulate?
(b) Madame de Mistival.
(c) Madame de Saint-Ange.
5. According to Sade in To the Libertines, what is the only way one can find transcendence?
(a) Killing those below oneself.
(b) Abandoning the shackles of family.
(c) Sacrificing oneself to sensual pleasure.
(d) Making love to de Sade.
6. How are Madame de Saint-Ange and Chevlaier connected?
(a) They are tutor and pupil.
(b) They are married.
(c) They are siblings.
(d) They are mother and son.
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