|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What realization comes to Father Duaso in Part 2, Scene 3?
(a) He has fallen into a trap.
(b) He can save Goya.
(c) He must report to King Ferdinand at once.
(d) He is Goya's true friend.
2. What does King Ferdinand insist Goya must do without any reassurance that the king has rescinded his decree?
(a) Come to the court.
(b) Ask pardon.
(c) Paint King Ferdinand's portrait.
(d) Demonstrate contrition.
3. What does Goya produce that stops Leocadia from doing more in Part 2, Scene 2?
(a) A letter.
(b) A rock with a note around it.
(c) A metal button.
(d) A love note.
4. What is Father Duaso's second excuse for Goya's refusal to come to the palace?
(a) Goya believes himself to be in decline.
(b) Goya is losing his sight.
(c) Goya is afraid he can't paint to King Ferdinand's taste.
(d) Goya believes Vicente Lopez is a better painter.
5. What tricks is Goya's mind playing on him as he talks with Leocadia?
(a) Goya hears Leocadia's voice trying to deceive him.
(b) Goya hears Leocadia's voice screaming.
(c) Goya hears Leocadia's voice say cruel things to him.
(d) Goya hears Leocadia's voice begging him to forgive her.
6. To whom does Goya compare Leocadia in his mind?
(a) Judith and Esther.
(b) Gumersinda and Judith.
(c) Judas and Benedict Arnold.
(d) Judith and Judas.
7. How does Leocadia respond to Goya's accusations?
(a) Leocadia becomes angry and storms out.
(b) Leocadia admits that he is right.
(c) Leocadia becomes angry and hits him.
(d) Leocadia tries to make love to Goya.
8. How does Goya appear when Leocadia sees him in Part 2, Scene 2?
(a) He is weak and tired.
(b) He is rejuvenated.
(c) He is furious.
(d) He is confused.
9. What does King Ferdinand suspect Dr. Arrieta of being?
(a) A Mason.
(b) A comunero.
(c) A Jew.
(d) A liberal.
10. In Part 2, Scene 3, who are Goya's friends?
(a) Dr. Arrieta and Father Duaso.
(b) Martin Zapater and Gumersinda.
(c) Father Duaso and Calomerde.
(d) King Ferdinand and Calomerde.
11. What does King Ferdinand claim Goya has opposed?
(a) King Ferdinand's decree against liberals.
(b) King Ferdinand's decree against Masons.
(c) King Ferdinand's absolute rights.
(d) King Ferdinand's taste in art.
12. What news does Dr. Arrieta give Father Duaso in Part 2, Scene 3?
(a) Goya has refused to apologize to King Ferdinand.
(b) Leocadia is very ill.
(c) Goya's letter to Martin Zapater was intercepted.
(d) Goya is very ill.
13. Why can't Dr. Arrieta help Goya?
(a) Dr. Arrieta is unknown to King Ferdinand.
(b) Dr. Arrieta is endangered himself.
(c) Dr. Arrieta is too frightened to help.
(d) Dr. Arrieta has no connections at court.
14. Why does Dr. Arrieta speak frankly to Father Duaso?
(a) Dr. Arrieta has no other friends.
(b) Father Duaso's honesty is obvious.
(c) Father Duaso will respect confidentiality.
(d) Father Duaso has taken a vow of silence.
15. What does Goya say is causing him to hear voices?
(b) Lack of sleep.
(c) His deafness.
(d) An ancient curse.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Mariquita's voice tell Goya buttons are given as presents?
2. How does King Ferdinand infer that Father Duaso is Goya's friend?
3. When does King Ferdinand instruct Father Duaso to make his visit to Goya?
4. Why does Dr. Arrieta think King Ferdinand will not execute Goya?
5. What does Goya learn from Leocadia about the postman?
This section contains 597 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)