_Dialogue between a Priest and a Dying Man_: If you look at it from the right point of view, it's wickedly amusing. A priest is sent to give last rites to a libertine. They wind up in the usual Sadeian debate over religion and morals, and the priest ends up corrupted. One of de Sade's better argumentative peices, in my opinion. Still a bit repetitive, but well thought out.