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“Caesar doth bear me hard; but he loves Brutus”
Who is Cassius?
“Ay, me, how weak a thing/the heart of a woman is!”
Who is Portia?
“Judge, O gods, how dearly Caesar loved him!”
Who is Antony?
“Weigh them, it is as heavy; conjure with ‘em,”
Who is Cassius?
“I know my hour has come.”
Who is Brutus?
“Alas, my lord, your wisdom is consumed in confidence.”
Who is Calpurnia?
“Believe me for mine honour, and have respect to mine honour, that you may believe.”
Who is Brutus?
Antony touches Calpurnia on Caesar’s request.
Where is the Feast of Lupercal?
Scold the crowd for forgetting Pompey.
Who is Marullus and Flavius?
Has a birthday in Act V.
Who is Cassius?
Tries to warn Caesar with a letter.
Who is Artimidorus?
Stabbed with Caesar’s sword.
Who are Caesar, Cassius and Titinius?
The flag that indicated tragedy.
What is the black flag?
Closed public theaters in 1592.
What is the black plague?
The city that Brutus and Cassius set up their army.
What is Sardis?
Suffers from deafness, falling sickness and unable to get his wife pregnant?
Who is Caesar?
Not killing Antony and allowing him to speak.
What are two decisions Brutus regrets?
“Shakespeare uses the word awl with a surgeon as if this tool were a scalpel” to play on words.
What is a pun?
Romans go here for entertainment.
What is the coliseum?
Propaganda used to get a reaction.
What are buzz words?
Someone who ingratiate themselves to us by claiming to be what they aren’t.
What is plain folks?
A verb that means “to influence.”
What is affect?
To draw a conclusion from.
What is infer?
Dreams, ravens and owls.
What are bad omens?
Cassius during does this during a terrible storm.
What is to tempt a lightning strike?
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