Julius Caesar Act IV

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legacies

money handed down by will

exigent

an urgent situation

engendered

instigate

envenomed

to make poisonous

contaminate

to corrupt

venom

malice; ill will

vile

bad, evil

hidden

done in secret

covert

secretive

choleric

short-tempered

testy

irritable

taper

slender candle

insupportable

not endurable

proscription

to denounce

provender

dry food for livestock

perils

danger

wrangle

to quarrel angrily

mirth

laughter

waspish

testy, irritable

durst

to dare, challenge

drachmas

silver coin

covetous

envious

infirmities

weaknesses

apparition

ghostly figure

they decide who to kill based on who they thought was against them

What do Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus do at Antony's house?

they were against Brutus and Cassius, Antony wants all the power to himself

What are Antony's internal and external feelings that threaten to divide the Avengers?

the soldiers would be weary

What is Cassius's reasoning for not marching to Phillipi?

the cause is right, afraid of the Sardinians joining Antony's army, they had a full army, and the metaphor of taking oppurtunities when you have the chance

What is Brutus's reasoning for marching to Phillipi?

he refused the letter asking for money, was covering for Lucius Pella, and was taking bribes

Why was Brutus angry at Cassius?

it's displaying the downfall of the Conspiracy and the retribution of Caesar

What is the significance of Brutus and Cassius having a fight in the tent?

it foreshadows Brutus and Cassius' deaths in Phillipi

Why is Caesar's spirit appearing to Brutus the eve of the march to Phillipi significant?

Brutus killed Caesar to end Caesar's reign of power, but even after he is dead he has even more power.

What's ironic about Caesar's spirit?

barren-spirited, objects, arts, imitations, fashion; Antony, Octavius

"A --- fellow, one that feeds/ On ---, ---, and ---/ Which, out of use and staled by other men, begin his ---." NEED TO MEMORIZE Who is speaking: ____ to ____

affairs of men, taken at the flood, shallows and in miseries; Brutus, Cassius

"There is a tide in the ---/ Which, ---, leads on to fortune;/ Omitted, all the voyage of their life/ Is bound in ---..." NEED TO MEMORIZE Who is speaking: ____ to ____

slight, unmeritable, sent on errands, threefold world divided; Antony, Octavius

"This is a ---, ---,/ Meant to be ---. Is it fit, The ---, he should stand,/ One of three to share it?" NEED TO MEMORIZE Who is speaking: ____ to ____

Cassius, condemned, itching palm, offices for gold, underservers; Brutus, Cassius

"Let me tell you, ---, you yourself/ Are much --- to have an ---,/ To sell and mart your ---/ To ---. NEED TO MEMORIZE Who is speaking: ____ to ____

alliance be combined, best friends, means, sit in council, disclosed; Antony, Octavius

"Therefore let our ---, / Our --- made, our --- stretched;/ And let us presently go ---/ How covert matters may be best ---/ And open perils surest answered." NEED TO MEMORIZE Who is speaking: ____ to ____

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