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Caesar returns to Rome during the:
The interaction between the common people and the tribunes in the first scene primarily shows:
Who warns Caesar to beware the Ides of March?
The three shouts from the crowd that Brutus and Cassius hear in the first Act represent:
A. general jubilation
B. Caesar turning down a crown that Mark Antony is offering him
C. Caesar accepting a crown that Mark Antony is offering him
D. Caesar describing his victory to the crowd
All of the following are conspirators against Caesar except:
A. Cinna the Poet
Cassius convinces Brutus to join the conspiracy by:
A. paying him
B. forcing him into it
C. sending him unsigned letters
D. having Cinna the Poet write a poem to Brutus
An important symbol or image in Julius Caesar is:
A. the hands
B. the statues
C. the supernatural
D. all of the above
Brutus' wife's name is:
D. Brutus does not have a wife
What is Calpurnia's dream about?
A. she sees a lion in the streets
B. she sees a statue of Caesar bleeding from a hundred wounds
C. she sees Caesar getting stabbed to death in the Senate House
D. she does not have a dream
Who arrives at Caesar's house and interprets Calpurnia's dream?
All of the following are signs of Caesar's pending death except for:
A. Calpurnia's dream
B. the Soothsayer's warning
C. the letter from Artemidorus
D. Mark Antony striking Calpurnia on the Feast of Lupercalia
What does Antony read to the crowd during his speech?
A. the Roman Constitution
B. Caesar's will
C. a letter from Cassius to Brutus
D. a manifesto
Which of the following pairs of men most accurately reflects the political alliances at the end of the play?
A. Brutus and Antony; Caesar and Cassius
B. Octavius and Caesar; Antony and Brutus
C. Octavius and Antony; Brutus and Cassius
D. Octavius and Brutus; Antony and Cassius
How does Portia die?
A. she is stabbed to death
B. she drowns
C. she eats live embers
D. she is bitten by a poisonous snake
Antony's comment, "This was the noblest Roman of them all" refers to which character?
A. Julius Caesar
Caesar is thought to have suffered from which of the following illnesses?
B. delusions of greatness
D. he did not have any illness
Cicero tells Casca that men interpret omens in their own way. Why is this comment significant in Julius Caesar?
A. it represents the fact that Brutus and Caesar will both misinterpret omens
B. is foreshadows the coming events of the play
C. both a and b
D. none of the above
The masses are frequently described as "stones" in Julius Caesar. This occurs in all of the following scenes EXCEPT:
A. when Antony gives his speech to the masses
B. when Flavius and Murellus call the masses "stones"
C. when Calpurnia describes her dream to Caesar
D. all of the above
If memory serves me correctly, all those questions can be answered as you read through the play.
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