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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the voice of Mariquita first tell Goya has happened?
(a) Gumersinda has left the house.
(b) Mariquita has left the house.
(c) The servants have left the house.
(d) Leocadia has left the house.

2. Where do Goya and Father Duaso both come from?
(a) Leon.
(b) Cordoba.
(c) Aragon.
(d) Seville.

3. 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.

4. Why does Dr. Arrieta think King Ferdinand will not execute Goya?
(a) Goya's execution would be a miscarriage of justice.
(b) Goya's execution would distract from important issues.
(c) Goya's execution would cause a scandal.
(d) Goya's execution would be expensive and time-consuming.

5. Why does Goya think Leocadia is no longer afraid?
(a) She no longer speaks of leaving.
(b) She whistles while she works.
(c) She has stopped crying.
(d) She has brought the children home.

6. Why does Dr. Arrieta worry about intervening in Goya's life?
(a) What if the present turmoil is the source of Goya's inspiration?
(b) What if saving him will make Goya stop painting?
(c) What if Goya is unable to paint if he is well?
(d) What if his smudges are actually great works?

7. What does Goya learn from Leocadia about the postman?
(a) He has come twice with urgent messages.
(b) He hasn't come for two days.
(c) He hasn't been there yet today.
(d) He is on strike.

8. What does Dr. Arrieta say would satisfy King Ferdinand's desire for revenge on Goya?
(a) If Goya were terrified.
(b) If Goya were courageous.
(c) If Goya were banished.
(d) If Goya were contrite.

9. 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 believes Vicente Lopez is a better painter.
(c) Goya is losing his sight.
(d) Goya is afraid he can't paint to King Ferdinand's taste.

10. What does Dr. Arrieta suggest that Goya's peaceful state of mind implies?
(a) Declining technical skill.
(b) Inner peace.
(c) A clear conscience.
(d) Senility.

11. What realization comes to Father Duaso in Part 2, Scene 3?
(a) He must report to King Ferdinand at once.
(b) He is Goya's true friend.
(c) He can save Goya.
(d) He has fallen into a trap.

12. What confuses Dr. Arrieta about Father Duaso's invitation to visit Goya?
(a) What message does Father Duaso have for Goya?
(b) Why they can't go until after 8:00.
(c) Why is Dr. Arrieta invited to accompany Father Duaso?
(d) What does Father Duaso want to talk to Dr. Arrieta about?

13. What does King Ferdinand claim Goya has opposed?
(a) King Ferdinand's decree against Masons.
(b) King Ferdinand's absolute rights.
(c) King Ferdinand's decree against liberals.
(d) King Ferdinand's taste in art.

14. How does Father Duaso describe Goya's paintings on the walls of his house?
(a) Majestic and inspiring.
(b) Creative and unusual.
(c) Frightening and shocking.
(d) Ugly and artless.

15. How does Father Duaso report to King Ferdinand that Goya actually feels?
(a) Irritated.
(b) Confused.
(c) Afraid.
(d) Unafraid.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the second reason the voice of Mariquita gives Goya for suspecting Leocadia has made a deal with the King's men?

2. When does King Ferdinand instruct Father Duaso to make his visit to Goya?

3. What is Father Duaso's first excuse for Goya's refusal to come to the palace?

4. in Part 2, Scene 2, what does Goya accuse Leocadia of doing?

5. What does King Ferdinand suspect Dr. Arrieta of being?

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