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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In this section, Dolmance says he'll respect friendship if what?
(a) It is sexual.
(b) It is brief.
(c) It is noncommittal.
(d) It is useful.

2. What act does Madame de Saint-Ange commit in this section that inflames Dolmance?
(a) Flatulence.
(b) Defecation.
(c) Vomiting.
(d) Urination.

3. What is the central lie regarding laws that the author of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans dissects in this section?
(a) They are Biblical in origin.
(b) The are compatible with individual liberty.
(c) They ensure common safety.
(d) They have always existed.

4. What does slander ensure, according to the pamphleteer?
(a) Group credulity.
(b) Business savvy.
(c) Individual rectitude.
(d) Thoroughness in the press.

5. Which two libertines penetrate Madame de Saint-Ange in this section?
(a) Eugenie and Chevalier.
(b) Chevalier and Augustin.
(c) Dolmance and Eugenie.
(d) Dolmance and Augustin.

6. How does Eugenie respond to Madame de Mistival's arrival at the beginning of the Final Dialogue?
(a) She hides.
(b) She laughs maniacally.
(c) She weeps in repentance.
(d) She curses her.

7. Why does the author disapprove of the death penalty?
(a) It is immoral.
(b) It is redundant.
(c) It is too painless.
(d) It is cumbersome.

8. Which character is a virgin at the beginning of The Bedroom Philosophers?
(a) Dolmance.
(b) Chevalier.
(c) Eugenie.
(d) Madame de Mistival.

9. What does Dolmance equate goodness with in this section?
(a) Dominance.
(b) Quaintness.
(c) Frailty.
(d) Nothingness.

10. What is the first subheading of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans?
(a) Morals.
(b) Democracy.
(c) Royalty.
(d) Religion.

11. Who briefly protests the abuse of Madame de Mistival in the Final Dialogue?
(a) Eugenie.
(b) Madame de Saint-Ange.
(c) Chevalier.
(d) Augustin.

12. Who assists Dolmance in stitching up Madame de Mistival's vagina and anal sphincter in the Final Dialogue?
(a) Lapierre.
(b) Chevalier.
(c) Euguenie.
(d) Augustin.

13. Which of the following does the pamphleteer not defend as egalitarian expression?
(a) Sodomy.
(b) Rape.
(c) Blasphemy.
(d) Incest.

14. In her revelry of the Fifth Dialogue, which is not an act Madame de Saint-Ange brags about?
(a) Incest.
(b) Sodomy.
(c) Coprophilia.
(d) Blasphemy.

15. Who does Dolmance call near the end of this section?
(a) Augustin.
(b) Madame de Mistival.
(c) Eugenie's Father.
(d) V.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Dolmance in this section, a thing cannot be criminal if it has what?

2. What is the sole value of sexuality, according to Dolmance in this section?

3. According to Dolmance in this section, laws are written for whom?

4. What is the essential value of murder, according to the author of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans?

5. Why did Eugenie's father send her to the libertines?

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