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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Fifth Dialogue, Part Four.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In this section of the Third Dialogue, Madame explains to Eugenie the importance of being what?
(a) A lady.
(b) A supplicant.
(c) A whore.
(d) A single woman.
2. According to Dolmance, what separates the understanding of virtue and vice?
3. How many days is Eugenie intending to stay with Madame de Saint-Ange?
4. What is the sole value of sexuality, according to Dolmance in this section?
(d) Monetary transaction.
5. What laws does the author of the pamphlet think should be instituted to ensure duty to God?
(a) Laws exempting churches from taxation.
(b) Laws only applied to the poor.
(c) Laws comparable to Oliver Cromwell's.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which term best describes Eugenie's initial cries during the copulation of this section?
2. Who does Dolmance order to stoke him in this section of the Fifth Dialogue?
3. In this section, Eugenie marvels that laws exist that do what?
4. Which character present or discussed in the First Dialogue is a stand-in for the Marquis de Sade?
5. What is Eugenie's initial reaction to seeing Dolmance in Madame's boudoir in the Third Dialogue?
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