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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Dr. Arrieta's opinion of Goya's current state in Part 2, Scene 3?
(a) Goya is a national treasure.
(b) Goya is no longer a great painter.
(c) Goya's best work is yet to come.
(d) Goya has become a great painter.
2. In Part 2, Scene 2, what does Goya accuse Leocadia of looking like?
(a) A martyr.
(b) A witch.
(c) A lover.
(d) A mother.
3. How does Goya appear when Leocadia sees him in Part 2, Scene 2?
(a) He is confused.
(b) He is weak and tired.
(c) He is rejuvenated.
(d) He is furious.
4. How did Goya react to Father Duaso's offer to intercede for him?
(a) Goya offered to intercede for Father Duaso.
(b) Goya thanked Father Duaso for offering to intercede.
(c) Goya begged Father Duaso not to intercede.
(d) Goya begged Father Duaso to intercede.
5. Why does Father Duaso says he must intercede for Goya with King Ferdinand?
(a) Leocadia has asked for his help.
(b) Father Duaso's conscience demands that he intercede.
(c) Goya has asked for his help.
(d) He has a strong affection for Goya.
6. What is Father Duaso's first excuse for Goya's refusal to come to the palace?
(a) Goya is afraid he can't paint to King Ferdinand's taste.
(b) Goya believes Vicente Lopez is a better painter.
(c) Goya is losing his sight.
(d) Goya believes himself to be in decline.
7. In Part 2, how does King Ferdinand say Goya should feel?
8. What inquiry does King Ferdinand make as to Goya's state of mind in Part 2, Scene 1?
(a) Is he angry?
(b) Is he content?
(c) Is he tranquil?
(d) Is he afraid?
9. Why can't Dr. Arrieta help Goya?
(a) Dr. Arrieta is unknown to King Ferdinand.
(b) Dr. Arrieta has no connections at court.
(c) Dr. Arrieta is too frightened to help.
(d) Dr. Arrieta is endangered himself.
10. To whom does Goya compare Leocadia in his mind?
(a) Judas and Benedict Arnold.
(b) Gumersinda and Judith.
(c) Judith and Esther.
(d) Judith and Judas.
11. What do the unnamed women's voices suggest that Goya do?
(a) Look for Leocadia.
(b) Look for the memory of women.
(c) Look for Mariquita.
(d) Look for the button.
12. What else does Goya accuse Leocadia of doing?
(a) Selling her body to keep their house safe.
(b) Hiding their children.
(c) Delivering messages from King Ferdinand.
(d) Conspiring with the liberals.
13. Why does Goya tell Father Duaso he will not ask King Ferdinand's pardon?
(a) Goya does not recognize the regency of King Ferdinand.
(b) Goya believes King Ferdinand should ask pardon first.
(c) Goya has already asked pardon.
(d) Goya does not believe he has done anything wrong.
14. Why does the voice of Mariquita tell Goya she has come?
(a) To comfort him.
(b) To spend time with him.
(c) To irritate him.
(d) To warn him.
15. What punishment had King Ferdinand suggested for Goya when he issued the decree?
(a) He should be shot.
(b) He should be hanged.
(c) He should be exiled.
(d) He should be imprisoned.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of Part 2, Scene 3, what does Dr. Arrieta quote Goya as saying?
2. How does Leocadia respond to Goya's accusations?
3. What does Leocadia tell Goya will happen to the button?
4. What does Dr. Arrieta suggest that Goya's peaceful state of mind implies?
5. What incident at Goya's home does Father Duaso report to King Ferdinand?
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