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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Dr. Arrieta think King Ferdinand will not execute Goya?
(a) Goya's execution would distract from important issues.
(b) Goya's execution would be a miscarriage of justice.
(c) Goya's execution would cause a scandal.
(d) Goya's execution would be expensive and time-consuming.
2. What does Dr. Arrieta think Goya should do in Part 2, Scene 3?
(a) Paint the king's portrait.
(b) Go into hiding.
(c) Apologize to the king.
(d) Leave the country.
3. What does King Ferdinand tell Father Duaso to do to convince Goya to ask the king's pardon?
(a) Stress the joy of King Ferdinand's favor.
(b) Stress the safety Goya will find in compliance.
(c) Stress the risk Goya is running.
(d) Stress King Ferdinand's real affection for Goya.
4. Why does the voice of Mariquita suggest that Leocadia has the button of an army officer?
(a) The button is a secret signal between the officer and Leocadia.
(b) The officer gave Leocadia the button for a present.
(c) The button came off, and Leocadia offered to sew it back.
(d) The button is a talisman to keep the house safe.
5. What is Dr. Arrieta's opinion of Goya's current state in Part 2, Scene 3?
(a) Goya has become a great painter.
(b) Goya is no longer a great painter.
(c) Goya is a national treasure.
(d) Goya's best work is yet to come.
6. What else does Goya accuse Leocadia of doing?
(a) Conspiring with the liberals.
(b) Selling her body to keep their house safe.
(c) Hiding their children.
(d) Delivering messages from King Ferdinand.
7. What incident at Goya's home does Father Duaso report to King Ferdinand?
(a) There was a disagreement between Leocadia and Gumersinda.
(b) Goya painted strange and ugly depictions on the wall.
(c) Goya had a fight with Leocadia.
(d) Someone painted a cross and wrote the word "heretic" on his door.
8. Why would executing Goya cause a scandal?
(a) Goya's loyalty to the throne is well-known.
(b) Goya's new paintings are popular.
(c) Goya's a renowed artist uninvolved in politics.
(d) Goya has powerful friends.
9. What does King Ferdinand claim Goya has opposed?
(a) King Ferdinand's decree against Masons.
(b) King Ferdinand's taste in art.
(c) King Ferdinand's decree against liberals.
(d) King Ferdinand's absolute rights.
10. What punishment had King Ferdinand suggested for Goya when he issued the decree?
(a) He should be exiled.
(b) He should be hanged.
(c) He should be shot.
(d) He should be imprisoned.
11. Why does Dr. Arrieta speak frankly to Father Duaso?
(a) Father Duaso's honesty is obvious.
(b) Father Duaso will respect confidentiality.
(c) Dr. Arrieta has no other friends.
(d) Father Duaso has taken a vow of silence.
12. Where do Goya and Father Duaso both come from?
13. Why does the voice of Mariquita tell Goya she has come?
(a) To comfort him.
(b) To warn him.
(c) To irritate him.
(d) To spend time with him.
14. When does King Ferdinand instruct Father Duaso to make his visit to Goya?
(a) Before 8:00 a.m.
(b) Before 8:00 p.m.
(c) After 8:00 a.m.
(d) After 8:00 p.m.
15. What solution does Father Duaso offer for Goya's dilemma?
(a) Father Duaso will help Goya escape to France.
(b) Father Duaso will go with Goya to apologize to the king.
(c) Father Duaso will help Goya barricade the house.
(d) Father Duaso will plead with the king on Goya's behalf.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does King Ferdinand insist Goya must do without any reassurance that the king has rescinded his decree?
2. How has Leocadia changed since the servants left?
3. What do the unnamed women's voices suggest that Goya do?
4. How does Father Duaso describe Goya's paintings on the walls of his house?
5. In Part 2, Scene 3, who are Goya's friends?
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