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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar


by William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar: Scratch My Back; I'll Stab Yours Quiz

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Q. What does the soothsayer tell Caesar?

“Be wary of your closest counsel”
“’Tis Brutus who will be your end”
“Beware the ides of March”
“Yours is my favorite salad dressing”
Q. What does Cassius suggest to Brutus?

That Cassius should lead Rome
That Brutus should lead Rome
That they hold a fair, democratic election to select the next leader of Rome (Cassius is living in a dream world)
Q. What does Caesar do the third time he is offered the crown?

He faints
He declines, as it would totally clash with everything else he was wearing
He accepts
He throws it to the ground
Q. What do Brutus, Cassius and others gather to discuss?

The rights of the plebeians
What the soothsayer’s warning might have meant
What everyone thought of the last chapter of The Lovely Bones, at their monthly book club meeting
The assassination of Caesar
Q. What ominous dream does Caesar’s wife have?

That he is a statue full of holes that are spouting blood
That a large beam falls on his neck, slicing off his head
That he is in a large bubble in the sea; the bubble has holes poked into it and he slowly drowns
He is on stage about to deliver a soliloquy, when he suddenly forgets all of his lines, then looks down and realizes he is naked