Julius Caesar (Review)

What character says “Caesar, now be still: I’d kill’d not thee with half so good a will”? Brutus
Who is Brutus’s wife? Portia
Who is Caesar’s adopted son and heir? Octavius
What character says, “Cry ‘Havoc!’ and let slip the dogs of war”? Antony
Which character suffers from ominous dreams? Calpurnia
Who holds the sword for Brutus to kill himself? Strato
Who are the members of the second triumvirate? Octavius, Mark Antony, Lepidus
Which character says “Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once”? Caesar
Which character says, “Upon what meat doth this our Caesar feed, that he is grown so great”? Cassius
Who is Julius Caesar’s most loyal follower? Antony
According to the play, how many times is Julius Caesar stabbed? 33 wounds
What is the Soothsayer’s warning? Beware the Ides of March
The feast of Lupercal is a celebration of what? Fertility
Brutus is visited by a ghost of whom? Caesar
Which characters die in the play? 100 senators, Cicero, Portia, Caesar, Cassius, Brutus, Titinius, Cinna the poet
Aside from having “the falling sickness,” in what other way is Caesar physically challenged? He was deaf in his left ear.
Which character has a birthday in the play? Cassius
Who spares Antony’s Life? Brutus
Octavius and Antony form a triumvirate with whom? Lepidus
Who says that the conspirators need no oath because they are bound by their cause and not by empty words? Brutus
Why does Brutus view Caesar’s assassination as necessary? His ambition to take over Rome when he is crowned as King
Name one of Caesar’s fatal flaws. Ambition, arrogance, sense of mortality, naive/oblivious
What crime or misdeed does Brutus charge Cassius with in Act 4? Bribes
The play begins with a celebration of what? Caesar’s triumph
Describe Cassius’s motivation. To take Caesar away from the path of becoming dictator

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