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List three reasons Cassius says Caesar should not be king.
unworthy tyrant, too much ambition, dangerous
What two comments does Shakespeare make about the nature of humans?
easily swayed, man's jealousy drives him
Give two reasons Brutus must be a part of the conspiracy for it to work?
he is a well respected noble, they will kill him
From the final scene of Act 1, give an example of the foreshadowing of bad things to come.
unnatural occurrences (hand on fire)
What is Cassius' plan to convince Brutus to join the conspiracy?
write false/imflamatory letters, visit him one more time
How do the conspirators try to hide their identities when they visit Brutus?
Cover themselves with clothing
Why do the conspirators not ask Cicero to join the conspiracy?
He won't follow anything the other men begin
Brutus says his decision to join the conspiracy is not personal but for?
The good of Rome, for the people
The conspirators worry that Caesar will not attend the Senate. Who plans to use flattery and deceit to convince Caesar to attend?
How does Brutus' wife try to prove to him that she is strong?
Gives herself a voluntary wound to her thigh
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