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The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra

The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra


by William Shakespeare

The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra: Oh, Come On, No One Really Thought They’d Last Quiz

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Q. Of what is Mark Antony one of the leaders?

The Latin music revolution
The Egyptian uprising
The Roman Republic
The Trojan army
Q. Whom does Antony leave behind in Egypt?

His wife
His lover
His army
His good friend the Great Sphinx of Giza (it wouldn’t fit in his luggage)
Q. Why does Pompey want to go to war?

To avenge his father’s death
So that his people can be free
Because he has an insatiable thirst for blood and violence
Because he loves the idea of working with his hands and not being cooped up in an office all day long
Q. Whose sister does Antony marry?

Julius Caesar’s
Augustus Caesar’s
Octavius Caesar’s
Romaine Caesar’s
Q. Why does Antony surrender before the battle has even begun?

Because he didn’t know they were going to have weapons, for gosh sakes
Because he is now related by blood to his enemy
Because of a woman
Because he is opposed to violence