Julius caesar

I don't understand these questions please help!!
1. A. What traits does Caesar object to in Cassius? (Act 2, Scene 2, Lines 192-214)

B. Why might Caesar object to these traits? What about them seems dangerous to him?

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  1. 1. What is it about Cassius that Caesar does not like? Check those lines in the play and see what you find.

    2. Why doesn't Caesar like these character/personality traits in Cassius? Why do they seem dangerous?




    Let us know what you come up with and someone here will give you feedback.


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  2. In those lines Caesar does not say anything of Cassius. Please recheck which act and lines you have a question about.

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  3. Look at Act 1 Scene 2,

    " Caesar sees Cassius and comments to Antony that Cassius looks like a man who thinks too much; such men are dangerous, he adds. Antony tells Caesar not to worry, but Caesar replies that he prefers to avoid Cassius: Cassius reads too much and finds no enjoyment in plays or music—such men are never at ease while someone greater than themselves holds the reins of power."

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  4. how does shakespear portray loyaty and friends

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