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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. In this section, when does Eugenie state that she notices particular harshness in Dolmance?
(a) When he is whipped.
(b) When he talks politics.
(c) When he orgasms.
(d) When he is hungry.

2. Which of the following is not a way Romans and Greeks honored their gods, according to the pamphleteer?
(a) Actos of valor.
(b) Celibacy.
(c) Deviousness.
(d) Copulation.

3. What is the essential value of murder, according to the author of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans?
(a) It sends souls to heaven.
(b) It ensures common respect.
(c) It is an unnatural act.
(d) It is the instrument of the Revolution.

4. What permission does Eugenie's father give the libertines in the Sixth Dialogue?
(a) To kill Eugenie.
(b) To send Eugenie home with Madame de Mistival.
(c) To keep Eugenie forever.
(d) To punish Madame de Mistival.

5. According to Dolmance, what naturally follows desire?
(a) Disease.
(b) Madness.
(c) Disappointment.
(d) Boredom.

Short Answer Questions

1. The only useful union between two people, according to Dolmance, is what?

2. In the end of the Fifth Dialogue, Chevalier argues that Dolmance would not be so callous if what happened?

3. Dolmance believes all laws are a crime against whom?

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

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

Short Essay Questions

1. In the Fifth Dialogue, what does Dolmance explain about the law to Eugenie?

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

3. Why does the author of the pamphlet reject the notion of laws as important to order?

4. Why does Dolmance not break Eugenie's hymen?

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

6. Why does the author of the pamphlet favor the Olympian gods?

7. How does sexual fluid give way to blood at the beginning of the Fifth Dialogue?

8. How does Eugenie's reaction to her mother in the beginning of the Final Dialogue reflect a change in her character?

9. What proclamation regarding crime does Dolmance make at the beginning of this section?

10. According to the author of the pamphlet, what is the value of suicide?

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