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Julius Caesar Review Part 2
English 10 Period 1 5/6/2021
Terms in this set (25)
When the audience knows something the characters do not it is called
What is dramatic irony
Which term refers to a protagonist or noble character who dies courageously?
What is tragic hero
A line delivered for the audience to hear but not the other characters on stage is called a(n)
What is an aside
Unrhymed lines of iambic pentameter is called
What is blank verse
The following quote from Antony is what type of figurative language? "Mischief, thou art afoot, / Take thou what course thou wilt."
What is personification
Antony claims that he is refusing to read Caesar's will to the crowd because it
a. proves that Brutus is an honorable man
b. will make the crowd angry that Caesar is dead
c. includes information about Caesar's ambition
d. praises Caesar's accomplishments as a leader.
What is letter b, will make the crowd angry that Caesar is dead
What is an important effect of Brutus' death in Act V, Scene v?
a. Antony surrenders
b. Cassius is deemed the hero of the battle
c. Brutus' army is chased away
d. Antony recognizes Brutus as noble and virtuous
What is letter d, Antony recognizes Brutus as noble and virtuous
In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, which of the following is a source of conflict between Cassius and Brutus?
a. Brutus believes that Cassius has taken bribes.
b. Brutus regrets the murder of Caesar.
c. Cassius believes that Portia has died in a strange way.
d. Antony blames both Brutus and Cassius for Caesar's death.
What is letter a, Brutus believes that Cassius has taken bribes.
In Act III, Scene ii of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, why does Antony point to the wounds on Caesar's body and the tears in his cloak and identify whose dagger made each one?
a. It shows that Antony saw the murder and knows who is responsible.
b. It increases Antony's credibility with the crowd.
c. It emphasizes the treachery involved and makes each conspirator personally responsible for Caesar's death.
d. He is so horrified by the crime that he can't help exclaiming over it.
What is letter c, It emphasizes the treachery involved and makes each conspirator personally responsible for Caesar's death.
Which choice is the best paraphrase of this speech from Act III, Scene I, of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar where Antony first sees Caesar's dead body?
ANTONY. O pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth, That I am meek and gentle with these butchers! Thou art the ruins of the noblest man That ever lived in the tide of times. Woe to the hand that shed this costly blood!
a. Forgive me, Caesar, for being friendly with your murderers. You are the noblest man that ever lived, and you are ruined. I wish misfortune on the hand that made your wounds.
b. Antony addresses Caesar's corpse and pledges to get revenge on his killers.
c. Pardon me, bloody earth, that I did not kill these butchers! You have ruined the noblest man, regardless of the times. That hand that shed this blood will pay.
d. Forgive me for being meek. These butchers have ruined a noble man. This blood has been shed by a woeful hand.
What is letter a, Forgive me, Caesar, for being friendly with your murderers. You are the noblest man that ever lived, and you are ruined. I wish misfortune on the hand that made your wounds.
Who Said "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears;/I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him./The evil men do lives after them. The good is oft interred with their bones."
Who is Mark Antony
Who Said "Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look;/He thinks too much; such men are dangerous."
Who is Julius Caesar
Who Said "Et tu Brute? Then fall Caesar."
Who is Julius Caesar
How might you best describe the meeting between Brutus, Cassius, Antony, and Octavius at the beginning of Act V (right before the battle).
What is hostile, tense, and angry
In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, when Antony delivers a dramatic speech over Caesar's body, he is alone on stage. A speech delivered under these circumstances is called a(n)
What is a soliliquy
Once a close friend of Caesar's and a conspirator
Who was Brutus
Murdered by Cassius and the other conspirators
Who was Julius Caesar
Friend of Caesar, senator, and skilled orator (speaker)
Who is Mark Antony
Great-nephew of Caesar and member of the triumvirate
Who is Octavius Caesar
Says, "Beware the Ides of March."
Who is the soothsayer
How does Brutus die?
What is he jumps onto his own sword.
The bashful ballerina bounded by the bay is an example of
What is alliteration.
What is Brutus' motivation for joining the conspiracy?
What is he believes it is what is best for Rome
After Caesar's murder, Antony wants to
a. find out why the conspirators killed Caesar and see if he can speak at his funeral
b. kill the conspirators to get revenge on them for what they did to Caesar
c. accuse the group of forming a conspiracy and killing Julius Caesar
d. find out why the conspirators killed Caesar so he can forgive them
What is letter b, find out why the conspirators killed Caesar and see if he can speak at his funeral
Why is The Tragedy of Julius Caesar considered a tragedy?
a. A main character is involved in a struggle that ends in disaster.
b. The plot features a battle.
c. The plot features a power struggle between two leaders, one of whom dies.
d. More than one person dies by the final act.
What is letter a, A main character is involved in a struggle that ends in disaster.
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