The Bedroom Philosophers - Study Guide Third Dialogue, Part Three Summary & Analysis

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At the beginning of this section, Dolmance admits to having murdered someone in order to achieve personal pleasure. He and Madame de Saint-Ange ask Eugenie if she has ever desired the murder of another person. She readily admits she wanted to murder her mother, and the two libertine instructors promise to help her in this enterprise.

Next, Dolmance arranges a sexual arrangement in which he performs cunnilingus on Eugenie and anal intercourse on Madame de Saint-Ange. This passage is typical of all copulation passages in the text, which invariably begin with a character, usually Dolmance, issuing detailed instructions for a tableaux followed by general shouts of revelry from the group as the tableaux is enacted. Also, customarily Eugenie begins the process with shouts of pain that transition into encouragements and orgasmic squeals.

After the revelry subsides, Eugenie immediately returns...

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