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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. Which character does Dolmance send to escort Madame de Mistival home at the end of the Final Dialogue?
(a) Lapierre.
(b) Augustin.
(c) Chevalier.
(d) Eugenie.

2. The only useful union between two people, according to Dolmance, is what?
(a) Coital.
(b) Postmortem.
(c) Monetary.
(d) Familial.

3. Who does Dolmance take into the other room at the end of the Fifth Dialogue?
(a) Madame de Saint-Ange.
(b) Augustin.
(c) Eugenie.
(d) Chevalier.

4. In this section, what does Dolmance claim the heart does?
(a) Deceives.
(b) Speaks truth.
(c) Produces life.
(d) Nothing.

5. What arrives in the boudoir at the beginning of the Sixth Dialogue?
(a) A repast for supper.
(b) A missive from Eugenie's father.
(c) News of Danton's execution.
(d) A collection of ancient dildos.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Dolmance physically stimulate Augustin at the beginning of the Fifth Dialogue?

2. Why is Madame de Mistival's body already bruised?

3. Who assists Dolmance in stitching up Madame de Mistival's vagina and anal sphincter in the Final Dialogue?

4. According to the pamphleteer, what do Revolutionaries risk if they return to the Christian God?

5. Which of the following does the pamphleteer not defend as egalitarian expression?

Short Essay Questions

1. How is the very end of The Bedroom Philosophers incongruous with what preceded it?

2. How does Dolmance conclude his argument with Chevalier in this section?

3. What argument for the pamphleteer offer regarding death and capital punishment?

4. In this section, how does Dolmance downgrade humanity's importance in his defense of sodomy?

5. How is Madame de Mistival punished after her tribunal in the Final Dialogue?

6. How is Chevalier's argument in this section atypical of the rest of the text?

7. Why is marriage unpatriotic, according to the author?

8. How does Dolmance explain his vile character in this section?

9. What new institutions does the pamphleteer recommend establishing?

10. How could The Bedroom Philosophers be viewed as satire?

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