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|1)||What is this act mainly about?|
|2)||Which political figure does Marullus say the public once cheered?|
|3)||What does the soothsayer warn Caesar to beware?|
|4)||What does Cassius compare himself to when speaking to Brutus?|
|5)||What did Cassius rescue Caesar from?|
|6)||According to Cassius, whose rule would Brutus's ancestor (Lucius Junius Brutus) tolerate as much as a king's?|
|7)||According to Caesar, what kind of look does Cassius have?|
|8)||What did Caesar do after refusing the crown three times?|
|9)||Who decides to throw anonymous letters of praise into Brutus's home?|
|10)||What is strange about the storm at the beginning of Scene 3?|
|11)||What do the senators plan to do to Caesar the next day?|
|12)||Which conspirators is not waiting at Pompey's theater?|
|14)||What does Cassius mean in this quote?
"The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
|15)||What does Cassius mean in this quote?
"This rudeness is a sauce to his good wit,
|16)||What does Cicero mean in this quote?
"Indeed, it is a strange–disposed time:
|17)||What does Casca mean in this quote?
"O, he sits high in all the people's hearts:
|18)||Look where Brutus says "Let me not hinder, Cassius, your desires."
What does "hinder" mean in this context?
|19)||Look where Cassius asks Brutus, "When could they say till now, that talk'd of Rome, / That her wide walls encompass'd but one man?" What does "encompassed" mean in this context?|
|20)||Look where Cassius says he has asked several others "To undergo with me an enterprise / Of honourable–dangerous consequence."
What does "enterprise" mean in this context?
|21)||Were there any words that weren't clear to you?|