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|1)||What is this act mainly about?|
|2)||Who is NOT mentioned by the painter and poet as a recipient of Timon's new fortune?|
|3)||What does Timon suggest the poet should NOT conceal?|
|4)||What do the senators promise to do for the people of Athens?|
|5)||Which animal do the senators compare Alcibiades to?|
|6)||How does Timon suggest the Athenians escape Alcibiades's assault?|
|7)||Why does the soldier take the epitaph to his captain?|
|8)||Why do the senators compare crimes with lands?|
|9)||How does Timon's second epitaph contradict his first?|
|10)||What does the painter mean in the quote below?
"Promising is the very air o & #39; the time: it opens the eyes of expectation:
|11)||What does Timon mean in the quote below?
"[M]y long sickness
|12)||What does Alcibiades mean in the quote below?
"Till now you have gone on and fill'd the time
|13)||Look where the poet remarks, "Then do we sin against our own estate, / When we may profit meet, and come too late."
What does "estate" mean in this context?
|14)||Look where the messenger recounts meeting another courier, how "our old love made a particular force, / And made us speak like friends."
What does "particular" mean in this context?
|15)||Look where the soldier describes the wax "whose soft impression interprets for my poor ignorance."
What does "impression" mean in this context?
|16)||Were there any words that weren't clear to you?|