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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Dolmance take into the other room at the end of the Fifth Dialogue?
(c) Madame de Saint-Ange.
2. According to Dolmance in this section, why are all kings tyrants?
(a) They are inbred.
(b) They do not acknowledge weakness.
(c) They were designated by God.
(d) They fear they will lose their place in society.
3. At the end of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans, the author calls on France to become a beacon of what?
4. According to Dolmance in this section, what is nature unconcerned with?
5. When does Dolmance say he experiences the greatest sexual pleasure?
(a) When he has more than one partner.
(b) When his partner experiences pain.
(c) When he is in his own house.
(d) When he is in public.
6. In Dolmance's tirade in this section, what is not compulsory for copulation?
7. According to the author of the pamphlet, what is the main requirement of the Christian God?
8. Why did Eugenie's father send her to the libertines?
(a) He wants her to leave his house.
(b) He wants an incestuous relationship with her.
(c) He wants to pay a debt to Dolmance.
(d) He wants her to murder Madame de Mistival.
9. According to Dolmance, what naturally follows desire?
10. Which libertine is not in the boudoir at the beginning of the Sixth Dialogue?
(a) Madame de Saint-Ange.
11. According to Dolmance in this section, what is pleasure in its highest point?
12. What is the first subheading of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans?
13. How does Dolmance believe his contemporaries would describe him?
14. Why does the author disapprove of the death penalty?
(a) It is too painless.
(b) It is redundant.
(c) It is cumbersome.
(d) It is immoral.
15. According to Dolmance in this section, how do lovers view their love?
(a) They ignore it.
(b) They romanticize it.
(c) They mourn it.
(d) They are blinded by it.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following acts is not enacted in The Bedroom Philosophers?
2. Why is Madame de Mistival's body already bruised?
3. What act does Madame de Saint-Ange commit in this section that inflames Dolmance?
4. Which of the following does the pamphleteer not defend as egalitarian expression?
5. What does Dolmance do to Eugenie as Chevalier sodomizes her in this section?
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