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Julius Caesar

William Shakespeare


Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. How does Caesar first enter the play?

2. What does the Soothsayer say to Caesar?

3. What does Cassius first ask Brutus?

4. What does Brutus admit to Cassius?

5. What does Antony offer Caesar in the marketplace?

6. That night, which of the following omens are seen?

7. What finally convinces Brutus to join the conspirators?

8. Why does Calpurnia urge Caesar to stay home rather than appear at the Senate?

9. Why does Caesar ignore Calpurnia’s warnings?

10. What does Artemidorus offer Caesar in the street?

11. What do the conspirators do at the Senate?

12. What does Antony do when he arrives at Caesar’s body?

13. After the assassination of Caesar, which of the conspirators addresses the plebeians first?

14. What is Brutus’s explanation for killing Caesar?

15. What does Antony tell the crowd?

16. What is the crowd’s response?

17. Who is Octavius?

18. Octavius and Antony join together with whom?

19. Why do Brutus and Cassius argue?

20. What news do Brutus and Cassius receive from Rome?

21. What appears at Brutus’s bedside in camp?

22. What does Cassius think has happened to his and Brutus’s armies?

23. What is Cassius’s response to the situation?

24. What does Brutus do when he sees the battle lost?

25. What does Antony call Brutus?

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by DanMitchell23, March 06, 2013

An idea about Shakespeare's Julius Caesar...


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It may carry Caesar's name, but it's not about him.

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