1. In 1816 Francisco Goya (pictured) published a series of 33 etchings called La Tauromaquia, which refers to what activity? a. Singing b. Bullfighting c. The Spanish Inquisition d. Orange picking
2. “A Bird’s Eye View of Paris” and “The Bells” are chapters in which 1831 novel? a. A Tale of Two Cities b. Les Misérables c. The Three Musketeers
d. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame 3. By the present-day definition, which is the only planet of the solar system not represented in Gustav Holst’s 1916 work The Planets? a. Mercury b. Venus c. Earth d. Mars 4. In 1930 which novelist became the first American to win the Nobel Prize for literature? a. Sinclair Lewis b. Ernest Hemingway c. John Steinbeck d. Pearl S Buck Lewis Sinclair a. 4.
Earth c. 3.
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