Part 1, Scene 1
1. What artifacts does King Ferdinand keep beside him?
(a) A sewing basket, a rod, and an apple.
(b) A pistol, a sewing basket, and an apple.
(c) A sceptre, a rod, and a sewing basket.
(d) A sewing basket, a spyglass, and a pistol.
2. What activity occupies King Ferdinand?
3. What weapon does Goya keep near him?
(a) A sword.
(b) A knife.
(c) A shotgun.
(d) A mallet.
4. Why did King Ferdinand learn needlework?
(a) To calm his nerves.
(b) To impress his subjects.
(c) To sharpen his senses.
(d) To express his creativity.
5. Where did King Ferdinand learn needlework?
(a) At his aunt's country estate.
(b) At his mother's knee.
(c) In the winter castle.
(d) In exile.
6. What does King Ferdinand think needlework would do for his subjects?
(a) Make them more disciplined.
(b) Make them more creative.
(c) Make them more interesting.
(d) Make them more docile.
7. How many of Goya's "black paintings" are seen during this play?
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