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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the effect of the Constitution of 1812?
(a) Exiling the dissenters.
(b) Expanding the King's power.
(c) Creating a parliament.
(d) Curtailing the King's power.
2. Why does Goya become angry with Leocadia?
(a) For making fun of him behind his back.
(b) For lying to him.
(c) For not helping him with his work.
(d) For not watching the children.
3. What does Goya accuse Leocadia of doing at the bridge?
(a) Conspiring with the King's volunteers.
(b) Flirting with a soldier.
(d) Fighting with Gumersinda.
4. What time is Father Duaso to attend King Ferdinand?
(b) Five in the evening.
(c) Three in the afternoon.
(d) Ten in the morning.
5. How does Leocadia believe Goya's family feels about him?
(a) They are heartbroken at his increasing weakness.
(b) They are worried that he is in danger.
(c) They are like vultures waiting for him to die.
(d) They are trying to cheat him out of his estate.
6. Hearing his shouts, what does Leocadia suggest must have happened to Goya?
(a) A dog must have bitten him.
(b) A scorpion must have bitten him.
(c) A bat must have frightened him.
(d) A cat must have scratched him.
7. Why does King Ferdinand refuse to start another Inquisition?
(a) He wants absolute power.
(b) He regrets the harm that was done.
(c) He wants to preserve the church's reputation.
(d) He believes injustices were commited.
8. Why does Leocadia let Goya go out by himself?
(a) So she can speak to Dr. Arrieta alone.
(b) So she can examine his new painting.
(c) So she can clean the room.
(d) So she can have some peace and quiet.
9. Where are Goya's children?
(a) In the woods.
(b) At the home of Dr. Arrieta.
(c) At the home of Martin Zapater.
(d) At the home of an architect named Perez.
10. How has King Ferdinand dealt with liberal dissenters?
(a) Summary executions and banishments.
(b) Prolonged imprisonment.
(c) Reorientation therapies.
(d) Interminable court cases.
11. Who is Vicente Lopez?
(a) Goya's neighbor.
(b) King Ferdinand's portraitist.
(c) A courtier.
(d) A Royal Volunteer.
12. Why does King Ferdinand dislike Masons?
(a) They are anarchists.
(b) They have secrets.
(c) They are republicans.
(d) They have liberal aims.
13. In Part 1, Scene 1, why are King Ferdinand's appointments for tomorrow far apart?
(a) There is a lot to do between meetings.
(b) They must not see each other.
(c) King Ferdinand needs to nap between meetings.
(d) Some participants must attend both meetings.
14. What does Leocadia tell Father Duaso her husband has done?
(a) Disowned her.
(b) Betrayed her.
(c) Abandoned her.
(d) Beaten her.
15. What artifact does Goya keep that is the same as King Ferdinand's?
(a) An apple.
(b) A spyglass.
(c) A sewing basket.
(d) A pistol.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the Green Book?
2. What does Leocadia suggest that horrifies Gumersinda?
3. What is the last sound we hear in Part 1, Scene 2?
4. Why did King Ferdinand learn needlework?
5. Who else heard the noise that frightens King Ferdinand?
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