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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In their argument regarding empathy and weakness, who are Dolmance and Chevalier trying to convince?
(a) Madame de Saint-Ange.
(c) Each other.
2. When does Dolmance say he experiences the greatest sexual pleasure?
(a) When he is in his own house.
(b) When he is in public.
(c) When his partner experiences pain.
(d) When he has more than one partner.
3. Who assists Dolmance in stitching up Madame de Mistival's vagina and anal sphincter in the Final Dialogue?
4. Who does Dolmance order to strip Madame de Mistival in the Final Dialogue?
(c) Madame de Saint-Ange.
5. According to Dolmance in this section, why are libertines duplicitous?
(a) Lies are a false notion.
(b) It is natural.
(c) It is required in society.
(d) It is pleasurable.
6. Which of the following acts is not enacted in The Bedroom Philosophers?
(b) Flatulence fetishism.
7. Who briefly protests the abuse of Madame de Mistival in the Final Dialogue?
(b) Madame de Saint-Ange.
8. According to Dolmance in this section, what is pleasure in its highest point?
9. What does Eugenie demand at the end of this section?
(a) She wants to be sodomized.
(b) She wants to taste semen.
(c) She want a crepe.
(d) She wants to see Dolmance's anus.
10. In this section, what does Chevalier claim is still pure in him?
(a) His semen.
(b) His eyesight.
(c) His mind.
(d) His heart.
11. 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?
12. In his outburst in the end of Fifth Dialogue, Chevalier argues that the poor are what?
(a) Human beings.
13. Which two libertines penetrate Madame de Saint-Ange in this section?
(a) Dolmance and Eugenie.
(b) Eugenie and Chevalier.
(c) Chevalier and Augustin.
(d) Dolmance and Augustin.
14. What arrives in the boudoir at the beginning of the Sixth Dialogue?
(a) A collection of ancient dildos.
(b) A missive from Eugenie's father.
(c) News of Danton's execution.
(d) A repast for supper.
15. What does Dolmance claim that Chevalier lacks at the end of the Fifth Dialogue?
Short Answer Questions
1. At the beginning of the Fifth Dialogue, how long does Madame de Saint-Ange say she has been trying to break Augustin?
2. What is the only thing that Madame de Saint-Ange claims to want from her brother?
3. What does Dolmance do to Eugenie as Chevalier sodomizes her in this section?
4. The only useful union between two people, according to Dolmance, is what?
5. Which of the following is not a way Romans and Greeks honored their gods, according to the pamphleteer?
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