The Bedroom Philosophers - Sixth Dialogue, Seventh and Final Dialogue Summary & Analysis

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The final two dialogues of The Bedroom Philosophers deal with the arrival and abuse of Eugenie's mother, Madame de Mistival. In Dolmance's absence in the Sixth Dialogue a furious knocking is heard on the boudoir door. Madame de Saint-Ange discovers a missive from Eugenie's father warning the libertines of Madame de Mistival's imminent arrival. He gives them permission to punish her as they see fit and comments that he intends to enjoy the fruits of Eugenie's education. As Dolmance returns to the boudoir with Augustin, The stage seems to be set for Madame de Mistival's death.

When at last Madame de Mistival enters in the Seventh and Final Dialogue, she is shocked by what she sees and demands that Eugenie return home. Eugenie curses her in disgusting terms. She has clearly transformed into a formidable...

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