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|1)||What is this act mainly about?|
|2)||What reason does Mark Antony give for Brutus and Cassius's advance?|
|3)||What kind of insects do Cassius, Brutus, and Mark Antony all compare each other to?|
|4)||What kind of suicide does Brutus say he finds "cowardly and vile"?|
|5)||Who carries Brutus's message in Scene 2?|
|6)||What did Cassius do to Pindarus after saving his life?|
|7)||What news does Messala intend to bring Cassius?|
|8)||Where does Brutus send Cassius's body?|
|9)||Which conspirator does Lucilius impersonate?|
|10)||What does Mark Antony order regarding Lucilius?|
|11)||Who does Brutus tell about his visions of Caesar's ghost?|
|12)||What does Strato do on Brutus's command?|
|13)||What does Cassius mean in this quote?
"You know that I held Epicurus strong
|14)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"O, that a man might know
|15)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"Let them set on at once; for I perceive
|16)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"O Julius Caesar, thou art mighty yet!
|17)||What does Mark Antony mean in this quote?
"All the conspirators save only he
|18)||Look where Mark Antony objects to the conspirators' lack of warning when their "vile daggers / Hack'd one another in the sides of Caesar."
What does "hacked" mean in this context?
|19)||Look where Messala mourns mistakes and doubt: "O error, soon conceived, / Thou never comest unto a happy birth."
What does "conceived" mean in this context?
|20)||Look where Octavius declares of Brutus, "According to his virtue let us use him, / With all respect and rites of burial."
What does "according" mean in this context?
|21)||Were there any words that weren't clear to you?|