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Julius Caesar study

Julius Caesar Study guide

In Act 1, scene I, lines 33-53, what do you learn about the conflict that has already occurred between Pompey and Caesar? Caesar defeated Pompey and then killed him.
In Act 1, Scene I, lines 33-75, what do you learn about how Flavius and Marullus feel about Caesar's return? They don't like him.
What do you learn about Caesar's character from his behavior in the following situations in Act 1, Scene ii? A. the soothsayer's warning= He is not Superstitious B. his description of Cassius= very conservant, dangerous, thinks to much. C. his reaction to being offered the crown= he faints
What do you learn about the characters of Cassius and Brutus in Act 1, Scene ii? Brutus is insecure, Cassius is trying to manipulate Brutus.
How does the dialogue between Cassius and Brutus in Act 1, Scene ii, establish the conflict that will drive the rest of the play? To overthrow Caesar.
In Act 1, Scene I, lines 31-33, the cobbler states his reason for being in the street: "But indeed, sir, we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph." What sort of triumph is Caesar having? Returning to Rome as a victorious general.
In lines 65-66 of Act 1, Scene ii, Flavius tells Marullus to remove decorations from the statues. Marullus questions him in line 67-68, saying it is the feast of Lupercal. What and when is the feast of Lupercal? February 15
At the opening of Act 1, Scene ii, Antony is dressed "for the course," or for a race. A. Why is a race being held? B. Why does Caesar tell Antony to touch Calpurnia during the race? A. Part of the Lupercal festivities. B. Caesar wants Antony to touch Calpurnia so she will be able to have a child.
What date is the ides of March? March 15
In lines 55-62 of Act 1, Scene ii, Cassius flatters Brutus to persuade him to oppose Caesar. Express what Cassius says. Ashamed he can't see his quality's of his reflection of his face.
In lines 28-32 of Act 1, Scene iii, Casca interprets the strange natural events that have been occurring in Rome since Caesar returned. Express what he says. He sees, flaming men, lions, and various insomniac birds.
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