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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Dolmance in the Fourth Dialogue, what is the most tiresome thing he can imagine?
(a) A small penis.
(b) A vagina.
(c) A church.
(d) An old man.
2. In this section, Dolmance argues that Noah and Adam both took part in what?
3. According to Dolmance, what separates the understanding of virtue and vice?
4. How many people are involved in the sexual tryst Chevalier first engages in with Dolmance, as related in the First Dialogue?
5. In this section of the Third Dialogue, what does Eugenie forswear?
(a) Her family.
6. According to Dolmance, for a true libertine, every action yields what?
7. Which style of copulation is not demonstrated in this section?
(d) Anal sex.
8. In To the Libertines, what does Sade promise to all of those who follow his precepts?
9. What is the value of starvation, according to Dolmance in the Third Dialogue?
(a) It reduces the population.
(b) It creates manure.
(c) It allows him to eat more.
(d) It separates to lazy from the industrious.
10. Who is the first character to begin kissing and caressing Eugenie?
(c) Madame de Saint-Ange.
11. In the beginning of the Third Dialogue, what does Madame de Saint-Ange explain to Eugenie?
(a) The penis.
(b) The nipples.
(c) The vagina.
(d) The anal cavity.
12. Where does Chevalier exit to at the end of the First Dialogue?
(a) The boudoir.
(b) The dinette.
(c) The drawing room.
(d) The garden.
13. In this section of the Third Dialogue, Madame explains to Eugenie the importance of being what?
(a) A whore.
(b) A lady.
(c) A supplicant.
(d) A single woman.
14. According to Dolmance, what is the most preferable type of virtue?
(a) Satanic virtue.
(c) False virtue.
(d) Masochistic virtue.
15. At the end of this section, Dolmance says that a libertine's ultimate fidelity is to what?
(b) The anus.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Madame de Sainte-Ange know Eugenie's father?
2. According to Sade in To the Libertines, what is the only way one can find transcendence?
3. What is Dolmance's physical proof that nature prefers anal sex?
4. In the Third Dialogue, what function of the human body does Dolmance refuse to discuss?
5. With whom does Dolmance perform anal sex in this section?
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