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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Leocadia evaluate Goya's recent paintings?
(a) They're appealing.
(b) They're valuable.
(c) They're appalling.
(d) They're magnificent.
2. What did Goya think the flying men were when he first saw them?
(a) Frenchmen in new machines.
(c) His imagination.
3. Goya tells Dr. Arrieta that Leocadia wants to go to France for what reason?
(a) To save Goya's life.
(b) To learn French cooking.
(c) To protect the children.
(d) To find French men.
4. What is the last sound we hear in Part 1, Scene 2?
(a) The heartbeat.
(b) The bell ringing, unanswered.
(c) The cry of the owls.
(d) Cats meowing.
5. Why does Leocadia think Goya is demented?
(a) He misjudges her.
(b) He hears things and talks to invisible beings.
(c) He won't ask King Ferdinand's pardon.
(d) He is always sad.
Short Answer Questions
1. What sound frightens King Ferdinand?
2. Where does Leocadia want to celebrate Christmas?
3. For whom has King Ferdinand declared the death penalty?
4. What imaginary creatures does Goya paint and believe to be real?
5. What does Leocadia call Goya?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Leocadia hope Dr. Arrieta will be able to give Goya?
2. Goya's nightmare is interrupted by knocking. Who has come, and who does Goya hope has come, to the door?
3. What surprises Father Duaso about Dr. Arrieta's request for help for Goya?
4. What advice does King Ferdinand give Father Duaso in dealing with Goya?
5. Why is Goya without anyone who can take him in?
6. What is revealed in Part 1, Scene 1 about how King Ferdinand deals with his enemies?
7. To what animals does Goya compare Leocadia and Gumersinda during their conversation?
8. Does Goya know that the meowing he hears is an auditory hallucination?
9. How does Dr. Arrieta offend Father Duaso?
10. How did King Ferdinand punish Goya?
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