HUMQFQ07Quiz03

HUMQFQ07Quiz03 - 1. According to the Documentary, in 1956...

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1. According to the Documentary, in 1956 Fidel Castro landed in Cuba’s shores in a  ship called: a) Martí b) Grand Marinier c) Granma 2. It can be said that Hernández Catá’s novel  El ángel de Sodoma , implies that the  protagonist homosexuality is caused by or is associated with: a) His physiological characteristics b) His psychological characteristics c)  All of the above 3. During his youth, Fidel Castro was closely associated with: a) Catholic and Christian Social Movements b) The Communist Party c) Student and gangs organizations 4. The first signs of homophobia in Castro’s government can be traced back to: a) The massive raids in 1961 conducted in Havana’s Colón  neighborhood. b) The exclusion of homosexuals as guerrilla revolutionary soldiers c) The lack of homosexuals in the fight against the US-led Invasion of Bay of  Pigs in 1962 5. One of the implied binary opposites in Carlos Montenegro’s  Hombres sin mujer is: a) Lust vs. Love b) The natural vs. the prison life
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