The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare: Act 3.1

Which statement is true? Caesar’s increasing power and the conspirators’ fear of tyranny is the central conflict of the play and reflects the theme of ambition.
What does Caesar do when he realizes that Brutus has stabbed him? Caesar gives up the fight and dies.
Which conspirator is the last to stab Caesar? Brutus
How does Artemidorus’ role in act 3.1 reflect the theme of fate? Caesar won’t read Artemidorus’ letter, which means Artemidorus cannot stop Caesar’s fate: his assassination.

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