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Julius Caesar Jeopardy Who Said That? Potpourri Literary Terms PlotCharacters Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Who Said That? This was the noblest Roman of them all./ All the conspirators save only he/ Did that they did in envy of great Caesar.
$100 Answer from Who Said That? Who is Mark Antony? (For $25 more, to whom was Antony referring?)
$200 Question from Who Said That? …Think of him as a serpents egg,/Which, hatched, would as his kind grow mischievous,/ And kill him in the shell.
$200 Answer from Who Said That? Who is Brutus? (For $25 more, of whom was he speaking?)
$300 Question Who Said That? Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look;/ He thinks too much, such men are dangerous.
$300 Answer from Who Said That? Who is Caesar? $25 Bonus: to whom was Caesar speaking?
$400 Question from Who Said That? Our course will seem to bloody, Caius Cassius,/ To cut the head off and then hack the limbs…/ For Antony is but a limb of Caesar.
$400 Answer from Who Said That? Who is Brutus? $25 Bonus: What are they talking about?
$500 Question from Who Said That? Ye gods! It doth amaze me/ A man of such a feeble temper should/ So get the start of the majestic world/ And bear the palm alone.
$500 Answer from Who Said That? Who is Cassius? $50 Bonus: To whom does he speak, and about whom does he speak?
$100 Question from Potpourri Portia reminds Brutus of her loyalty with this bloody act.
$100 Answer from Potpourri What is stabbing herself with a dagger?
$200 Question from Potpourri A fancy way of saying, the 15th of March.
$200 Answer Potpourri What are the ides of March?
$300 Question from Potpourri What takes place during the Feast of Lupercal that causes Caesar and the rest to return looking sad/angry?
$300 Answer from Potpourri He is offered the crown 3 times, and each time he refuses it; he also suffers from a seizure
$400 Question from Potpourri What things does Cassius tell Brutus to prove that Caesar is just an ordinary man?
$400 Answer from Potpourri He tells Brutus about pulling Caesar out of the river, and that he has the falling sickness
$500 Question from Potpourri Calpurnia beseeches Caesar to stay away from the Senate; how does Decius convince him to go? (Provide at least TWO ways)
$500 Answer from Potpourri He reinterprets Calpurnias dream, he tells him they were going to crown him, but wont like him listening to his wife, and he doesnt want to seem afraid
$100 Question from Lit. Terms This term describes a remark spoken in an undertone by one character either to the audience or to another character, which the remaining characters supposedly do not hear
$100 Answer from Lit. Terms What is aside?
$200 Question from Lit. Terms This term describes a question that requires no answer because the answer is obvious
$200 Answer from Lit. Terms What is a rhetorical question?
$300 Literary Terms Alone with Caesars body, Mark Antony speaks his private thoughts aloud--a classic example of THIS dramatic convention
$300 Answer for Lit. Terms What is a soliloquy?
$400 Question for Lit. Terms Identify the rhetorical device Brutus uses in the following speech:
$400 Answer for Lit. Terms What is parallelism?
$500 Question for Lit. Terms Note the iambic pentameter in the following couplet: Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look./ He thinks too much, such men are dangerous.
$500 Answer for Lit. Terms Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look./ He thinks too much, such men are dangerous
$100 Question from PLOT How does Brutus respond upon learning of his wifes demise?
$100 Answer from Plot He is stoic, and shows little emotion
$200 Question from PLOT Caesars last words
$200 Answer from PLOT What are, Et Tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!
$300 Question from PLOT Caesar falls at the base of this statue.
$300 Answer from PLOT What is Pompey? $25 Bonus: Why is this significant?
$400 Question from PLOT After shaking hands with the conspirators, Antony asks two things of them; what are they?
$400 Answer from PLOT He asks them to explain why they felt Caesar needed to be assassinated, and if he could speak at the funeral
$500 Question from PLOT Many portents warn of danger before Caesars death. List any three of them.
$500 Answer from PLOT What are: The soothsayers warning Calpurnias bad dream The beast w/ no heart The terrible storm Strange events
$100 Question from Characters The ultimate frenemy, this character uses his keen sense of observation to bend potential conspirators to his will.
$100 Answer from Characters Who is Cassius?
$200 Question from Characters This poets unfortunate first name results in his demise at the hands of an angry mob
$200 Answer from Characters Who is Cinna (the poet)?
$300 Question from Characters Suicide is a dark theme in the play. Name three characters who take their own lives.
$300 Answer from Characters Who are Brutus, Portia, and Cassius?
$400 Question from Characters This character technically doesnt appear in the fifth act, but his presence is felt by many
$400 Answer from Characters Who is Caesar?
$500 Question from Characters This character is arguably the tragic hero of the play.
$500 Answer from Characters Who is Brutus?
Final Jeopardy The category is Rhetorical Devices. Write down your wager and await the question.
Final Jeopardy See Brutus & Antonys speeches on pg Identify the following in either: rhetorical question, parallelism, repetition, verbal irony iambic pentameter.