Why does Brutus believe the best course of Action in Act 4 is to attack the forces of Antony and Octavius before they get to his territory.
That would mean that the forces of Antony and Octavius have not had a chance to grow larger as they move towards Brutus' Camp.
What odd Encounter does Brutus have at the end of Act 4?
He sees Caesar's Ghost.
In Act 2, why had Brutus not been able to sleep?
Why did Brutus not want Cicero in the group?
He thought that he was a good follower
What is Brutus' main objection to killing Antony along with Caesar?
It would seem to bloody
Why does Brutus' wife nag him so much?
She feels she has a right to know whats going on
Who says: "Cowards die many times before their deaths."
Who Stabs Caesar first? Where?
Casca; In the back of the neck
According to Legend, where does Brutus stab Caesar?
Below the Belt
Who does Antony want to scare away in Act 3 ?
What item had Antony found that he uses in the Act 3 funeral speech ?
What funeral speech phrase soon becomes an insult?
But Brutus is an honorable man
While Shakespeare was determined to entertain his audiences, what would he NOT do in order to meet that goal?
Change historical details
Julius Caesar can also be seen as a political statement that makes a comparison of Rome to the rule of what country?
How many years passed from the time Julius Caesar was written to the time it was published?
About 25 Years
When Julius Caesar opens, who had just been defeated by Caesar?
Of Whom was Caesar most suspicious?
Besides being a husband, how else was Brutus related to his wife?
Which Julius Caesar character is "concerned with many things"?
Which Julius Caesar character is duplicitous
Who says "Into what dangers would you lead me?"
What seems to trouble the most about Caesar?
His ambition and growing power
Why does Cassius seem convinced that he needs someone like Brutus to lead the conspiracy?
He wants someone of noble stature that can take the blame instead of him if things go badly
In Act 1, Scene 1 the tribunes get into an arguement with a man of what profession?
Who was the "strategically challenged" General in Julius Caesar?
When Pompey was attacked by Caesar in a civil war, to what country did he flee?
Why was the Luprecal Race so imporant?
If a woman was touched by a racer carrying an Animal skin, she would become fertile
How was Caesar's Wife treated by him?
Who says "I am not gamesome like Antony?"
Who tells Brutus and Cassius of the physical problems of Caesar at the festival?
When speaking to Brutus at the festival, what is one thing about Brutus that bothers Cassius the most?
Why would Caesar refuse the crown at the festival?
So that the crowd would demand that he take the crown instead of him simply assuming the title
What did Octavius do in Act 4 as soon as Antony had left Rome.
He had Antony declared a public enemy
How did the Act 4 Triumvirate raise funds?
They listed some of the wealthiest citizens and then had them killed and took their money
All of the Triumvirate side deals lead to the killing of what influential character?
Why is Sardis important?
It was the headquarters of Brutus and Cassius
What reason does Brutus give Cassius for being so upset in Act 4?
He had learned about the death of his wife
To what object does Brutus compare Caesar to in Act 2?
A serpent's egg
As Act 2 ends who gets gets added to the conspiracy without Brutus' permission?
Who says: ?When beggars die there are no comets seen"
Who says: "Speak,Hands for me"
What phrase do the ocnspirator shout as they run through the market place?
Peace! Freedom! Liberty!
Brutus says Caesar's body is what after he kills him?
No worthier then the dust
Finish the Quote: "Cry havoc, and..."
Let Slip the dogs of war
Finish the quote: "As he was valiant, I honor him; As he was amibtious ..."
I slew him
In the funeral speech, Antony says that Brutus was Caesar's _____
Why was Octavius an important part of Caesar's Will?
The will showed Octavius' right to the throne.
When Act 1 opens, from where is Caesar returning
Julius Caesar semmed to be the only capable person of doing what at this point in history,
Leading the growing empire of Rome
Once Caesar was dead, to what ironic location did the conspirators drag his body?
To the foot of Pompey's statue.