1. Who are Catalina's parents?
Catalina's parents are the monarchs of Spain, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand.
2. What is promised by the conquering Spaniards in "Granada"?
The conquering Spaniards promise that if they take over Granada, they will allow religious freedom, but the promise is soon broken with many becoming casualties of the Spanish Inquisition.
3. What happens to the camp Catalina and her family stay in, in "Granada"?
The military camp that Catalina and her family stay in, in "Granada" is totally destroyed by fire. Isabella rules that they will build a fortress of rock in its place.
4. Why do the generals object to Isabella's ruling to build a fortress?
The generals object to Isabella's ruling to build a fortress because they've laid waste to the land around them and there is nothing for the men to live off of.
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