The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Act 3.1

BRUTUS:Why I, that did love Caesar when I struck him, How does this line, which defends Brutus’ actions, relate to the rest of the play?A. Brutus’ dislike for Caesar combined with Caesar’s quest for power is the reason for Caesar’s assassination, which Brutus stated in act 2.B. Brutus’ love for Caesar could not override the necessity of Caesar’s death, which Brutus has stated since act 2.C. Brutus loved Caesar, but he killed him anyway and for no real reason.D. Brutus was jealous of Caesar and killed him in order to take over as leader of Rome. B. Brutus’ love for Caesar could not override the necessity of Caesar’s death, which Brutus has stated since act 2.
Which conspirator is the last to stab Caesar?A. CassiusB. CascaC. TreboniusD. Brutus Brutus
CAESAR:I could be well moved if I were as you.If I could pray to move, prayers would move me.But I am constant as the Northern Star,Of whose true fixed and resting qualityThere is no fellow in the firmament . . . .So in the world: ’tis furnished well with men,And men are flesh and blood, and apprehensive;Yet in the number I do know but oneThat unassailable holds on his rank,Unshaked of motion; and that I am he . . . . How does Shakespeare’s use of the specific simile “I am constant as the Northern Star” support the statements he makes in the rest of his speech?A. Caesar says that he’s constant like the Northern Star but that he can change his mind depending on what other men say or do.B. Caesar says that he is never set like the Northern Star, but instead, he likes to change his mind and actions just like other men do.C. Caesar says that he’s as constant as the Northern Star set in the sky, and he talks about the ways he differs from other men by being constant.D. Caesar says that he’s not set like the Northern Star, and he talks about the ways he is like other men by being constant. C. Caesar says that he’s as constant as the Northern Star set in the sky, and he talks about the ways he differs from other men by being constant.
Which outcome is not a result of the events of act 3.1 of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar?A. Julius Caesar is assassinated.B. Rome is left without a leader.C. The Roman people are frightened by the conspirators’ actions.D. Julius Caesar is crowned the dictator. D. Julius Caesar is crowned the dictator
How does Artemidorus’ role in act 3.1 reflect the theme of fate?A. Caesar won’t read Artemidorus’ letter, which means Artemidorus cannot stop Caesar’s fate: his assassination.B. Caesar takes control over his fate, reads his letter, and does not attend the Senate on the date of his assassination.C. Artemidorus writes letters to the conspirators and dissuades them from following through with their assassination plot, changing Caesar’s fate.D. Artemidorus writes Calpurnia a letter of warning, and she is able to convince Caesar to stay home. A. Caesar won’t read Artemidorus’ letter, which means Artemidorus cannot stop Caesar’s fate: his assassination
The fact that Brutus is willing to kill his friend because he feels it is the right thing to do for the good of Rome exemplifies which theme?A. ambitionB. honorC. fateD. betrayal B. honor
What is the Roman crowd’s reaction to Caesar’s assassination?A. Fearful: they hide in their homes.B. Joyful: the streets burst into celebration.C. Appreciative: the crowd immediately appoints Brutus as the new leader.D. Vengeful: the crowd immediately attacks the conspirators. A. Fearful: they hid in their homes
What is not a similarity shared between Trebonius, Decius, Cassius, and Brutus?A. They each plead with Caesar, asking for a pardon for Publius Cimber.B. They were each a leader of the conspirators’ plot to assassinate Caesar.C. They were each promoted into military and government positions by Caesar.D. They each stabbed Caesar in the Senate. A. They each plead with Caesar, asking for a pardon for Publius Cimber
What does Caesar do when he realizes that Brutus has stabbed him?A. Caesar becomes enraged and fights back.B. Caesar pleads with Brutus to spare him.C. Caesar calls out to Mark Antony for help.D. Caesar gives up the fight and dies. D. Caesar gives up the fight and dies.
Which statement is true?A. Cassius’ desire for fame and Brutus’ patriotism for Rome is the central conflict of the play and reflects the theme of publicity. B.Caesar’s increasing power and the conspirators’ fear of tyranny is the central conflict of the play and reflects the theme of ambition.C. Calpurnia and Caesar’s marriage is the central conflict of the play and reflects the theme of misconception.D. Portia and Brutus’ marriage is the central theme of the play and reflects the theme of honor. B. Caesar’s increasing power and the conspirators’ fear or tyranny is the central conflict of the play and relfects the theme of ambition.
Which literary device is the main message conveyed to the reader through the plot of a text? Theme
Which Conspirator is the last to stab Caesar? Brutus
Who has Caesar named as his heir? Octavius
What type of bond exists between Julius Caesar and Brutus?hatredmutual distrustfriendshipstruggle for power Friendship

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