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Julius Caesar Act 2 and 3 Quiz Review
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What does Brutus think/say about swearing an oath with the other conspirators? (Act 2, Scene 1)
He thinks they dont need to swear an oath beacause theyare honrable men and stick to their word.
Does Brutus tell Portia he is going to share his secret plans with her or not? (Act 2, Scene 1)
What does the soothsayer (and later on, Caesar's own augurers) say about whether or not Caesar should go out on the ides of March? (Act 1, Scene 2 and Act 2, Scene 2)
Caesar should not go out because it could be real, but Caesar has too much pride to stay in.
Who tells Decius to say that Caesar is ill and therefore cannot go to the Capitol?
Calphurnia wants Caesar to stay but Caesar tells him.
What does Artemidorus intend to do (with respect to Caesar)? (Act 2, Scene 3 and Act 3, Scene 1)
He plans to give a note with a conspirators name on it to protect Caesar.
What does the Soothsayer intend to do/try to do on the morning of the ides of March? (Act 2, Scene 4/Act 3, Scene 1)
He tried to convince Caesar tot do what's good for him. He'll try to move to an open space and take to him as he walks past.
Who is the first to stab Caesar? (Act 3, Scene 1)
Who shakes the bloody hands of the conspirators after the assassination? (Act 3, Scene 1)
What mistakes in judgement does Brutus make with regard to Antony? (Act 3, Scene 2)
Antony riles up the crowd with his speech and still respects Caesar.
What is the PRIMARY type of rhetorical appeal Brutus makes in his speech to the crowd (Act 3, Scene 2) (think patriotism)?
He appeals to Romes sense of Nationalism (pathos) and reason (logos). If they wish Caesar were still alive they would rather be slaves and do not love Rome.
In his speech to the Romans after Caesar's murder, what does Brutus say with regard to his love for Caesar and Rome? (Act 3, Scene 2) (Quote 29)
He says he killed Caesar not because he loved him less, but because he loved rom more.
What does Antony repeatedly (sarcastically) call the conspirators in his speech to the crowd at Caesar's funeral? (Act 3, Scene 2)
What is Antony's primary purpose in his speech to the crowd at Caesar's funeral? (Act 3, Scene 2)
Make the crowd belle that Caesar was a good Leader
What are some of the things Antony tells the crowd to excite them at Caesar's funeral? Does he actually pass out Caesar's money at the funeral or does he just allude to the money promised to each citizen?
He reminds the crowd they aren't wood or stone and who's him his will
Shows where the conspirators stabbed him
Remind them of his military victory's
Who is Cinna the poet and what happens to him in Act 3, Scene 3? What is Shakespeare's purpose in including this event in the play?
He a poet and dreams about having dinner with Caesar. People think he is the conspirator and kill him.
Romes fall into moral chaos and its loss of unity and integrity
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