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Characters Act III Act IV -V Act V scene V Quotes 200 200 200 400 400 400 600 600 600 800 800 800 1000 1000
Who is the messenger for Brutus?
What is the name of Cassius’ best friend?
Who kills themself by swallowing hot coals?
DAILY DOUBLE Which 3 characters win the war and split the Roman empire?
Antony, Octavius, & Lepidus
Who helped Brutus commit suicide?
Why did Brutus kill Caesar? “Because of his _____”
Who does the crowd kill after Antony’s speech?
Cinna the poet
What word did Antony use repetitively to describe Brutus?
What did Antony claim killed Caesar and why?
Brutus stab, because it was betrayal.
What does the crowd try to do to Brutus when he finishes his speech (before Antony speaks)?
Make him Caesar
What does Antony compare Lepidus to?
What does Brutus accuse Cassius of doing?
What does Brutus see the night before he goes to battle, while he is trying to read?
Where is the battlefield in Act V Scene I?
What does Cassius think happened to Titanius?
That he’d been captured by the enemy
What does Brutus ask his friends/soldiers to do for him?
Help him commit suicide
How many times did Caesar’s ghost appear to Brutus?
What does Brutus interpret Caesar’s ghost appearance to mean for him?
That his hour has come / he will soon die
When Strato says that Brutus is “Free from the bondage you are in, Messala. ”, what does he mean by bondage?
Slave to the winners / emperors
What word belongs in the blank? His life was gentle, and the _______ mixed so well in him that Nature might stand up and say to all the world, “This was a man. ”
What literary device is used in this quote? “Fortune is happy today and, in this mood, will give us anything we want. ”
What literary device is used in this quote? “Brutus were me, then I’d stir you up, and install in each of Caesar’s wounds the kind of voice that could convince even stones to rise up and mutiny. ”
DAILY DOUBLE Finish this quote: “It’s not that I loved Caesar less, but that ________. ”
I loved Rome more
What 2 literary devices are used in this quote? “I show you sweet Caesar’s wounds—poor, speechless mouths!—and make them speak for me. ”
Metaphor & personification
What 2 literary devices are used in this quote? “And when he pulled out his cursed dagger, see how Caesar’s blood came with it, as if rushing out a door to see if it was really Brutus who was knocking so rudely. ”
Simile & personification
FINAL JEOPARDY QUESTION Score Keepers: What’s the score? Teams: Make your final wager now
What is the first line (very often quoted) that Antony says when giving his Eulogy/Monologue?
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.