Julius Caesar Test

How does shakespeare make the common people appear to be less than noble
the way they talk to them, and how one man was called cobbler instead of his real name
what are the people doing that anfers marrullus and flavius? why does this anger him?
Caesars triumph over pompey.
Because he conqured rome instead of protecting it
what actions do Marrullus and flavius take to correct the situation
they tell them to leave and pray for forgiveness . people were treating Caesar like a god
why does Caesar want calpurnia to in Antony's path during the race in honor of the feast of Lupercal
so he can strike her to rid her of her sterility .
what is antony's response to Caesar's instructions? what does this suggest about their relatationship?
when Caesar says "do this", it is preferred.
This shows that they have a king-common man relationship
what is caesar's reation to soothsayer's warnings?
he ignores it
what complaint does Cassius make about Brutus's behavior toward him? how does Brutus answer this complaint?
Cassius says that Brutus is ignoring him.
Brutus doesnt trust Cassius
Cassius's story attacks what aspect of Caesar's makeup?what is this attack supposed to say to Brutus?
Is he worthy to be our god?
He doesnt have to strength to be our leader
What does Cassius mean by the following statement? ''Brutus' will start a spririt as soon as caesar"
Brutus could cause as a much cheering as Caesar.
how does brutus respond to cassius;s attack on Caesar?
he'll think about it
what astute observation does Caesar make of Cassius?
hes in danger of power
what faults does Caesar see in Cassius' nature?
he never smiles and never goes to plays
what does caesar mean by the following statement? "i rather tell thee what is to be feared, than what i fear; for i am always caesar.
He doesnt want to tell the common peoploe what they should be afraid of.
what does this statement make about Caesar's nature?
the doesnt want to show weakness
what story does Casca relate to Brutus and Cassius?
what does Casca tell us by the personal remarks he adds to the story?
he offers him the crown 3 times but he says no
how did the people react to Ceasar;s fit? what does this tell us about their feelings for Caesasr?
they felt badly for him
He believes he's a dictator and only wants power.
what iimformation does Casca givae about Marullus and Flavius?
take the robes and gifts away. By making him look ungodly, they might be exiled.
at the end of the scene, what plans does Cassius make to sway Brutus to his cause?
He will leave letters that say about his flaws and how aweful he is. So Brutus will find him
whad wonderous things has Casca seen on this night?
a lion, people on fire, owl during the daytime
what reason does Cassius give for the terrible storm<
the gods are angry at someone's actions
what timportant news does Casca give Cassius about the Senate's plan?
they have decided to give the crown to Caesar.
What does Cassius mean by the following statement? "He were no lion, were not Romans hinds"
he needs Romans to stand behind him
what instructions does Cassius give Cinna that will help sway Brutus to their cause?
go put these letters where Brutus will find them
what reason does Casca give for wanting Brutus to join their cause
Everyon loves Brutus, so it wull look like justification
what queston is Brutus pondering at the opening of the scene
weather or not to kill Caesar
for what information does Brutus wan t Lucius to look at a calender? what is the significance of what Lucias finds?
the date, it is the ides of march, the deathday
why do conspiritorwant Ciero to join them
it will make the conspiricy respectable.
why does Brutus reject Ciero? What is Cassius' reaction and what does this show about his and Brutus' relationship?
He doesnt allow other people's
He does with it, and it shows that Brutus is the leader.
what do conspiritors plan to do the next day
kill Caesar
how does Decius say he will make sure that Caesar will come to the Capital?
he uses flattery
what has Porcia done to show that she is worth of knowing his secrets
She stabbs herself in the thigh
what strange and horrible things does Calphurnia report to Caesar that have been seen that night >
lion having kids
what does Calpurnia mean by the following statement?" when beggars doe, there are no comets seen; the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes?
omens like this only come when someone important dies
how dies Decius convince Caesar to go to the capitol?
he reinterprets Calphurnia's dream. Manipulates with crown and flattery
what is Artemidoruis's plan?
to give Caesar a letter telling Caeasr that all his freinds are conspiritors.
why is portia so nrevous and upset?on what errand does she send Lucius
she keeps thinking she heares things.
To go tell Brutus that she's fine
in regard to aRtemidorus' request, how does Caesar's nobility doom him
he thinks its not important
what is metellus Cimber's petition to Caesar? what is Caesar's response and why does he give this response?
He wants his brother to not be banished anymore. It's no, because he is the only constant
what does brutus instruct the conspititors to do beofre they go into the public?why does he instruct them to do this?
wipe their hands and feet with Caesar's blood. Proof that he's dead
what request does antony's servant bring to Brutus? What is Brutus' response?
is it safe for him to go to the senate, and wants to know why Caesars wife was killed
why does cassius object to letting antony speak at Caesar's funeral? what reassuranse does Brutus give him
he will turn the people against him
ill speak before antony and calm the people
what promise does antony give Brutus about his funeral speech
he promises to not blame the conspiritors.
After being left alone with Caesar's body, what does Antony promise to do?
to kill the conspriitors and create political chaos and get revenge
what reason does Brutus give for murdering Caesar? what is the crowds reaction
he wanted to free everyone from Caesar's tyranny
They are happy
what final mistake does Brutus make in letting Antony speak?
Brutus leaves
why does antony read Caesar's will to the people
he spread his fortune out to all the roman people
at the end of act 3 scene 2, what are the fates of Brutus and Cassius?
they are driven from Rome
what is the significance of act 3 scene 3?
antony has turned the emotional crowd into a mob crazed destruction
what are antony, octavius, and lepidus doing at the opening of act 4 scene 1
they are planning on how to maintain power.
why do they want caesar's will?what is ironic about this
it has all of his wealth.
the money is to fight brutus and cassius
what is antony's plan for Lepidus? what is his reason
he believes Lepidus to be trianed to make him do whatever antony wants him to
what practical instructions does brutus give Cassius about their disagreement? what is unusual about this
dont fight in front of your army
they are no longer friends
what wrong does Cassius say Brutus has done to him
he publicly discaces Lucius Pella
in response, what does Brutus condemn Cassius for doing
being greedy
what does Cassius threaten to do if Brutus continues to "urge" him
to kill him
according to bruts how hass cassius wronged him? what is ironic about Brutus' accusation\?
by being greedy
because he killed someone
to prove that he has been wronged, what does Cassius tell Brutus to do to him
cassius gives brutus his dagger to kill him
what is the real reason for brutus' ill tmeper
portia's deat, hes afraid that the conspiring was becoming corrupt
messala beings what ill news of the triumvirate's actions in rome
they put over 100 centuares to death.
tells about poria and caccero being dead
what reasons does cassius give for not going directly to Philliphi
their forces shall remain while their forces march here and waste their energy
what reasons does brutus give for going directly to phillipi? who previals?
so mar antony and octavian will gain more forces
what happens to make brutus speed up his plans to go to phillipi
he sees caesar's ghost. he says " ill see you at phillipi"
what hope does octavius and antony is answered? what dies this say about brutus
the armies of Brutus and Cassius came to them
what does cassius mean by the following statement? "Flatterers! Now, Brutus thank yourself; this tonge had not offended so today/ if cassius might have ruled"
if brutus had listened to cassius, they wouldnt even be in Phillipi
what ominous sign has cassius seen that causes him to fear the coming battle
eagles, them there were crows and vultures; birds of death
what does brutus say he will do if they lose the battle? why is he reluctant to do this?
He would rather die then go back to rome as a prisoner.
he sees it as vile and cowardly
what horriblemistake does cassius make? what is the outcome of this mistake?
he thought he sent titinious to his death.
Cassius orders pendorus to kill him.
what is titineous' reaction to cassius' actions
he mourns cassius. then kills himself
what is brutus's response to cassius and titinius' actions
he cries that caesar has reaped revenge on his murderers from the grave
what role does lucilius take upon himself? what was antony's response to his masquerade
he pretends to be Brutus and has himself be captured
he says he is a brave man and takes him in
what request does brutus make of Clitus? what is his response
to kill him
he refuses
what does brutus ask Volumnius to do? what reasons does he give?what is Volumnius' response?
to kill him
he sees caesar's ghost
a friend should not do that job
what does Strato do for brutus? what does strato ask brutus to do first? why?
kills him
shake his hand
out of honor
what overature of peace does Octavius make to Brutus' men
join my service and all will be forgiven
how do antony and octavius honor brutus?
full burial rights
Brutus was "Noblest of all men"
Brutus calls cassius " the last of the romans"