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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who knocks at the boudoir door at the end of the Third Dialogue?
(b) Madame de Mistival.
(c) The Marquis de Sade.
2. In the Third Dialogue, what topic does Eugenie broach that makes Dolmance scoff and chastise her?
3. According to Madame in the Third Dialogue, what is the psychological effect of semen's operation in conception?
(a) Men must copulate constantly.
(b) Women yearn to have a penis.
(c) Women desire to drink semen.
(d) Children love their fathers more.
4. What new attribute to Eugenie's personality in this section shocks Madame?
(a) Her ruthlessness.
(b) Her cynicism.
(c) Her amorousness.
(d) Her coldness.
5. How many days is Eugenie intending to stay with Madame de Saint-Ange?
Short Answer Questions
1. In the beginning of this section, Dolmance recommends Eugenie get what?
2. Who does Chevalier penetrate immediately after ejaculating in the Fourth Dialogue?
3. How does Madame de Sainte-Ange know Eugenie's father?
4. With whom does Madame de Saint-Ange intend Eugenie to break her hymen?
5. According to Dolmance in the Fourth Dialogue, what is the most tiresome thing he can imagine?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Dolmance think about parental control of children?
2. How does Eugenie decide to murder her mother?
3. Describe Madame de Saint-Ange's husband.
4. What specific instructions does Sade give his readers about emulating characters in To the Libertines?
5. What skill do women have for cruelty, according to Dolmance at the end of the Third Dialogue?
6. Describe Dolmance.
7. What hypothetical sexual inundation do Dolmance and Madame concoct in the Fourth Dialogue?
8. What pattern of sexual arrangements emerges in the Third Dialogue?
9. Describe the argument that Dolmance and Chevalier have in the Fourth Dialogue?
10. Describe Dolmance's defense of incest.
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