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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. According to the pamphleteer, what do Revolutionaries risk if they return to the Christian God?
(a) The end of a pluralist society.
(b) Nothing.
(c) Loss of rights.
(d) A rejection of Christianity.

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

3. Which of the following is not a duty that the author of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans discusses?
(a) Duty to Fellow Man.
(b) Duty to Self.
(c) Duty to God.
(d) Duty to Nation.

4. What does Dolmance use to revive Madame de Mival after she passes out?
(a) Thorns.
(b) A whip.
(c) His penis.
(d) Smelling salts.

5. Who assists Dolmance in stitching up Madame de Mistival's vagina and anal sphincter in the Final Dialogue?
(a) Augustin.
(b) Lapierre.
(c) Chevalier.
(d) Euguenie.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Dolmance call near the end of this section?

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

3. What arrives in the boudoir at the beginning of the Sixth Dialogue?

4. What is the second section of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans?

5. In their argument regarding empathy and weakness, who are Dolmance and Chevalier trying to convince?

Short Essay Questions

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

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

3. How is Dolmance awed by Augustin in this section?

4. What trepidations does Augustin have at the beginning of the Fifth Dialogue?

5. What is the only true connection between two people, according to Dolmance in this section?

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

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

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

9. Why does Dolmance expound on marriage in this section, and what does he say?

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

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