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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does King Ferdinand say about fear?
(a) It is to be avoided.
(b) It is to be forgiven.
(c) It is to be encouraged.
(d) It is a Christian virtue.
2. Why is Dr. Arrieta afraid in Part 2, Scene 12?
(a) Dr. Arrieta is worried for Goya's welfare.
(b) Dr. Arrieta is concerned about the future of Spain.
(c) Dr. Arrieta has been placed under arrest.
(d) Someone has painted a cross on Dr. Arrieta's door.
3. in Part 2, Scene 2, what does Goya accuse Leocadia of doing?
(a) Making a deal with someone.
(b) Buying their safety by selling his paintings.
(c) Planning a secret departure.
(d) Hiring new servants.
4. What does Goya learn when he receives a letter from Martin Zapater?
(a) That Martin Zapater is coming to visit.
(b) That Martin Zapater has been arrested.
(c) That Martin Zapater is under suspicion.
(d) That Goya's letter to Martin Zapater was intercepted.
5. How does Father Duaso report to King Ferdinand that Goya actually feels?
6. When does King Ferdinand instruct Father Duaso to make his visit to Goya?
(a) After 8:00 p.m.
(b) Before 8:00 p.m.
(c) After 8:00 a.m.
(d) Before 8:00 a.m.
7. What does King Ferdinand tell Father Duaso to do to convince Goya to ask the king's pardon?
(a) Stress the safety Goya will find in compliance.
(b) Stress the joy of King Ferdinand's favor.
(c) Stress the risk Goya is running.
(d) Stress King Ferdinand's real affection for Goya.
8. What does Dr. Arrieta suggest that Goya's peaceful state of mind implies?
(a) Declining technical skill.
(b) A clear conscience.
(c) Inner peace.
9. What incident at Goya's home does Father Duaso report to King Ferdinand?
(a) Someone painted a cross and wrote the word "heretic" on his door.
(b) Goya painted strange and ugly depictions on the wall.
(c) There was a disagreement between Leocadia and Gumersinda.
(d) Goya had a fight with Leocadia.
10. What inquiry does King Ferdinand make as to Goya's state of mind in Part 2, Scene 1?
(a) Is he tranquil?
(b) Is he content?
(c) Is he afraid?
(d) Is he angry?
11. Why does Father Duaso says he must intercede for Goya with King Ferdinand?
(a) Father Duaso's conscience demands that he intercede.
(b) Goya has asked for his help.
(c) Leocadia has asked for his help.
(d) He has a strong affection for Goya.
12. Why would executing Goya cause a scandal?
(a) Goya's new paintings are popular.
(b) Goya's a renowed artist uninvolved in politics.
(c) Goya has powerful friends.
(d) Goya's loyalty to the throne is well-known.
13. What does Leocadia tell Goya will happen to the button?
(a) Leocadia will keep it forever.
(b) Leocadia will use it to gain entry to the palace.
(c) The soldier will come to retrieve it.
(d) Leocadia will sell it.
14. In Part 2, Scene 2, what does Goya accuse Leocadia of looking like?
(a) A lover.
(b) A witch.
(c) A mother.
(d) A martyr.
15. How does King Ferdinand infer that Father Duaso is Goya's friend?
(a) Father Duaso speaks of his admiration for Goya.
(b) Father Duaso makes excuses for Goya's behavior.
(c) Father Duaso visits Goya.
(d) Father Duaso is from Aragon.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the first reason the voice of Mariquita gives Goya for suspecting Leocadia has made a deal with the king's men?
2. What else does Goya accuse Leocadia of doing?
3. What does Dr. Arrieta say would satisfy King Ferdinand's desire for revenge on Goya?
4. What tricks is Goya's mind playing on him as he talks with Leocadia?
5. What does Father Duaso decide to do about his visit to Goya?
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