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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. What is the only thing that Madame de Saint-Ange claims to want from her brother?
(a) Ideas.
(b) His arms.
(c) His affection.
(d) His semen.

2. Why does the author disapprove of the death penalty?
(a) It is immoral.
(b) It is redundant.
(c) It is too painless.
(d) It is cumbersome.

3. Why is Madame de Mistival's body already bruised?
(a) She is deeply ill.
(b) She is a devoted libertine.
(c) She fell on Madame de Saint-Ange's stairs.
(d) She was beaten by her husband.

4. In this section, what does Chevalier claim is still pure in him?
(a) His eyesight.
(b) His semen.
(c) His heart.
(d) His mind.

5. What does theft ensure, according to the pamphleteer?
(a) Lack of materialism.
(b) Bank security.
(c) Nothing.
(d) Even division of wealth.

Short Answer Questions

1. In this section, what does Dolmance claim the heart does?

2. What is the central lie regarding laws that the author of Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans dissects in this section?

3. Who does Dolmance order to strip Madame de Mistival in the Final Dialogue?

4. In Frenchmen, Some More Effort if You Wish to Become Republicans, what does the author recommend the opening of?

5. What does Eugenie demand at the end of this section?

Short Essay Questions

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

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

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

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

5. What is the only purpose of friendship, according to Dolmance?

6. What surprising statement does Chevalier make at the beginning of this section?

7. Why does Madame de Mistival pass out in the Final Dialogue?

8. What is the cumulative value of madame de Saint-Ange's inundation in the Fifth Dialogue?

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

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

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