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|1)||What is this act mainly about?|
|2)||What does Cassius say he will do if Caesar discovers the plot?|
|3)||When responding to Metellus Cimber's request, what does Caesar compare himself to?|
|4)||Led by Brutus, what do the conspirators do with their swords?|
|5)||When Brutus speaks to Mark Antony, what does he say Antony can't see?|
|6)||What does Brutus allow Mark Antony to do?|
|7)||Who called Octavius to Rome?|
|8)||In justifying his actions, what does Brutus say he loved more than Caesar?|
|9)||How does Mark Antony repeatedly describe Brutus in his speech?|
|10)||Which article(s) of Caesar's clothing does Mark Antony glorify?|
|11)||What did Caesar leave to each Roman citizen in his will?|
|12)||What does Cinna the poet remember dreaming about?|
|13)||What does Julius Caesar mean in this quote?
"Be not fond,
|14)||What does Mark Antony mean in this quote?
"Blood and destruction shall be so in use
|15)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"The question of his death is enrolled in the Capitol; his glory not extenuated, wherein he was worthy, nor his offences enforced, for which he suffered death."Act , Scene , Line
|16)||What does Mark Antony mean in this quote?
"O, now you weep; and, I perceive, you feel
|17)||What does the second citizen mean in this quote?
"That's as much as to say, they are fools that marry:
|18)||Look where Cassius asks Brutus, "Know you how much the people may be moved / By that which he will utter?" What does "utter" mean in this context?|
|19)||Look where Brutus asks the crowd, "let me depart alone / And, for my sake, stay here with Antony."
What does "sake" mean in this context?
|20)||Look where the fourth citizen instructs the others to "pluck but his name out of his heart, and turn him going."
What does "pluck" mean in this context?
|21)||Were there any words that weren't clear to you?|