JC Final Test

July 9, 2017 | Author: Monica Todd | Category: Marcus Junius Brutus The Younger, Mark Antony, Julius Caesar, Augustus, Tragedy
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Julius Caesar Final Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Section I The following questions are about William Shakespeare, drama in general and Julius Caesar. ____

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1. A drama is a. a story that is real and is written by c. a story that is based on a real event, has actors a tragic hero, and ends unhappily b. a story that is enacted in real space for d. a story that is enacted in real space and an intelligent audience time by live actors for a live audience 2. The protagonist is the character who — a. predicts events c. says the most lines b. drives the action and is the main focus d. experiences a conflict 3. The basic structure of plays today was originally created by — a. William Shakespeare c. the ancient Greeks b. the ancient Romans d. the Russians 4. William Shakespeare started out as a(n) a. actor c. stagehand b. writer d. Lord 5. Bill Shakespeare lived a. from 1563 to 1616 c. from 1563 to 1922 b. from 1560 to 1616 d. from 1563 to 1620 6. The theater in which most Shakespeare’s plays were performed was called a. The Finch c. The Globe b. The Theater d. The Chamberlin 7. All of the following are characteristics of a Shakespearean Comedy except a. it ends happily c. it has no real protagonist or antagonist b. it revolves around “issues of the d. its plot is usually based on heart” relationships 8. A Shakespearean Tragedy always a. has a climactic death scene in the first c. begins with a long speech by the act villain, or “antagonist” b. has a “tragic hero” d. uses dark, intense imagery 9. The main character in a tragedy has a tragic flaw, which is his or her — a. background c. personal weakness b. motive d. strongest trait 10. A tragic flaw usually a. causes the climax of the play c. causes a supernatural awakening for the character b. causes death or an unhappy end d. causes fear for the audience

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11. In a play, dialogue is a. when multiple characters onstage speak c. when characters are speaking normally at once as if they were on a street b. when characters speak to each other d. when characters reveal the setting of onstage the play in what they say 12. A soliloquy is presented by an actor a. alone onstage, speaking to the audience c. alone onstage speaking to himself or herself b. alone onstage, speaking to characters d. onstage speaking to other characters offstage onstage 13. An aside is spoken by an actor a. to the audience or another character c. always to another character onstage, onstage, but some characters onstage but some characters onstage can’t hear can’t hear it it b. to the audience only d. to the gods 14. A monologue is presented by an actor a. alone onstage, speaking to the audience c. alone onstage speaking to himself or herself b. alone onstage, speaking to characters d. onstage speaking to other characters offstage onstage

Section II The questions below refer to Julius Caesar, Act I. ____ ____ ____

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15. The play Julius Caesar, written by Shakespeare, opens a. a day before the assassination c. a year before the assassination b. a month before the assassination d. the morning of the assassination 16. At the opening of Act I, Flavius and Marullus are angry at the commoners for a. blocking the street c. praising Caesar for no good reason b. praising Pompey for no good reason d. failing to bow to them as they passed 17. In Act I scene ii, we see a soothsayer that warns Caesar to a. “beware the ideas of March” c. “beware of Pompey’s revenge” b. “beware the guys that are going to stab d. “beware the ides of March” you” 18. In Act I scene ii, Cassius is working hard to a. get Brutus to see Caesar as “just a c. get Brutus to see that Brutus’s plan for man” and as a threat to Rome because killing Caesar isn’t a good idea. of his popularity b. get Brutus to see Caesar as a god who d. get Brutus to see that Rome is ready should be allowed to be king for a King, but that it should be someone other than Caesar..

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19. In Act I, scene ii, lines 139 - 141 Cassius states, “Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” From this you can conclude that Cassius — a. believes that fate determines the c. thinks that it is up to them to change outcome of one’s life what they do not like b. implies that Caesar does not deserve to d. wants Brutus to know that they are be their master destined for greatness

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20. The crowd shouts three times for — a. the soothsayer to speak b. Caesar to accept a crown 21. Act I, scene iii opens with a whole lot of a. crazy people in Caesar’s house

c. Calphurnia to bear a son d. Cicero to become a Roman senator

c. a huge storm, and weird supernatural things happening on the streets of Rome b. weird news from around the world d. people talking 22. The conspirators want Brutus to join the conspiracy because a. he has the best knife collection c. the Roman people believe he’s honorable and does the right thing b. he is strong, and will stab well d. he is the best “planner” of them 23. By the end of Act I scene iii, Cassius has a. killed Caesar c. convinced Casca to join the conspiracy, and sent fake letters to Brutus’s house b. convinced Brutus to join the d. convinced Casca to join the conspiracy, conspiracy and sent fake letters to Cicero’s house 24. Cassius’s character can best be described as — a. noble and loyal c. cunning and jealous b. idealistic and strong d. honest and brave The questions below refer to Julius Caesar, Act II.

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25. Brutus’s soliloquy at the beginning of Act II reveals his true feelings about a. Caesar c. his servant b. Antony d. his wife 26. Brutus compares Caesar to a newly hatched serpent to show that Caesar is — a. Rome’s greatest leader c. capable of becoming a tyrant b. corrupt and destructive d. ineffective but honorable 27. In Act II, _______ suggests that Antony be assassinated along with Caesar. a. Brutus c. Trebonius b. Casca d. Cassius

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28. When Cassius says “The clock has stricken three” in Act II, scene i, this is an example of _____________ since there were no clocks in Ancient Rome, but there were clocks in Shakespeare’s time. a. foreshadowing c. an anachronism b. tone d. a dramatic error 29. As Act II progresses, Portia becomes more — a. concerned about her health c. anxious over Brutus’s plans b. sympathetic to the augurer’s reports d. convinced that Caesar should accept the crown 30. This initial decision by Caesar to stay at home rather than to go to the Senate is a response to— a. the omens he interprets c. his desire not to appear ambitious b. the words of Decius d. the concerns of Calphurnia 31. In Act II, scene ii, lines 55 and 56, Caesar decides whether or not to go to the Senate, and he says, “Mark Antony shall say I am not well, And for thy humor, I will stay at home.” When Caesar refers to humor, he probably means — a. laughter c. intelligence b. opinion d. mood 32. At the end of Act II, scene ii, Caesar is convinced to go to the Senate by a. Decius c. Calphurnia b. Antony d. Brutus 33. In Act II, scene iii, an attempt to warn Caesar of the conspiracy occurs in the form of a — a. confession from Brutus c. message Portia sends with Lucius b. letter from Artemidorus d. conversation with Cicero The questions below refer to Julius Caesar, Act III.

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34. In Act III, scene i, the conspirator who first prevents Artemidorus from warning Caesar is — a. Brutus c. Cicero b. Decius d. Cassius 35. In Act III, scene i, who is told to stab Caesar first? a. Casca c. Brutus b. Cinna d. Trebonius 36. After the conspirators kill Caesar, they bathe their hands and swords in Caesar’s blood. These actions foreshadow the end of the play, when — a. the blood of the conspirators will be c. Antony will die spilled b. hunters will kill brave harts d. the conspirators will recite the poems of Cinna 37. In Act III, scene i, lines 230 - 242, we find out that Brutus and Antony disagree on a. how to divide Rome after killing c. whether to let Cinna speak at the Caesar funeral of Caesar b. how to change Caesar’s will d. whether to let Antony speak at the funeral of Caesar

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38. Caesar’s dying words express — a. regret for not having followed c. love for the Roman people he hoped to Calphurnia’s advice serve as king b. hope that someday someone will write d. surprise that Brutus is one of the a play and make high school kids read assassins it 39. Immediately after Caesar’s death, Antony sends a servant to Brutus to — a. report that he is ill c. collect Caesar’s body b. ask whether he can safely speak to d. declare his love for Brutus and to ask Rome for an explanation 40. Which of the following sentences is not a reason Brutus allows Antony to speak at Caesar’s funeral? a. Brutus intends to speak first. c. Brutus fears Antony. b. Antony has been told what he can and d. Brutus thinks proper rites for Caesar cannot say. will please the people. 41. In Act III, scene ii, lines 211 - 214, Antony says to the assembled mob, “Good friends, sweet friends, let me not stir you up To such a sudden flood of mutiny.” By saying this, Antony — a. actually moves the mob toward c. supports the conspirators by justifying thoughts of mutiny against the their action against Caesar conspirators b. calms down the plebeians and creates a d. expresses his hope that Rome will be peaceful atmosphere in Rome destroyed by a terrible storm The questions below refer to Julius Caesar, Act IV.

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42. The war in Act IV is between — a. Antony, Brutus, and Lepidus on one c. Brutus and Cassius side and Octavius on the other b. Brutus and Cassius on one side and d. Antony and Octavius Antony and Octavius on the other 43. Brutus is motivated mainly by thoughts of — a. honor c. power b. friendship d. hatred of Rome 44. An issue that stands between Cassius and Brutus is — a. Cassius’s taking of bribes c. the decision to fight at Philippi b. Brutus’s guilt about Caesar’s death d. Cassius’s mistrust of Messala 45. The following true/false questions refer to the argument between Cassius and Brutus in Act IV, scene iii, lines 1 - 160. Brutus accuses Cassius of handling bribes. a. True c. b. False d. 46. Brutus calls Cassius a “slight man” and a “madman.” a. True c. b. False d.

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47. Cassius points out that Brutus is the older of the two men. a. True c. b. False d. 48. Brutus claims that Cassius deprived him of funds. a. True c. b. False d. 49. Brutus strikes Cassius. a. True c. b. False d. 50. Cassius draws his dagger. a. True c. b. False d. 51. Cassius becomes sympathetic when he learns what has happened to Brutus’s wife. a. True c. b. False d. 52. Their anger vented, both men apologize. a. True c. b. False d. 53. What happened to Portia? a. An emissary of Antony’s poisons her. c. She tells Brutus that she will see him at Philippi. b. She is silenced when she tries to warn d. She takes her life. Brutus about Cassius. 54. The appearance of Caesar’s ghost is an example of — a. understatement c. hyperbole b. characterization d. foreshadowing 55. Caesar’s ghost — a. warns Cassius to act honorably c. predicts that Antony will die at Philippi b. tells Brutus that they will meet at d. accepts an apology from Brutus Philippi The questions below refer to the selections Julius Caesar, Act V

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56. What incorrect conclusion does Pindarus come to about what is happening on the battlefield? a. Titinius is killed. c. Caesar’s ghost is fighting with Antony.. b. The battle is lost. d. Brutus has surrendered. 57. The consequence of Pindarus’s misreading of the battlefield is — a. the death of Portia c. the surrender of Brutus’s army b. the death of Cassius d. Antony’s surrender to Brutus 58. Brutus asks several friends to help him die a. but they refuse c. but they die too soon b. but they run in fear d. but they try to capture him

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59. Brutus commits suicide at the end of the play rather than a. be captured c. admit he was wrong b. support Antony d. become King 60. In the resolution of the play, — a. Antony accepts the crown for Rome c. Octavius, Antony, and Lepidus form a triumvirate b. Brutus is given a respectful burial d. Octavius and Antony argue over Brutus

Short Answer 61.

Section III On a separate sheet of paper, respond to the following prompt. Show evidence of an understanding of the play and use good prewriting and proofreading skills. Choose one character and one event from William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar. Compare and contrast this character and event as they are portrayed in Shakespeare’s play, in the black-and-white 1953 production of the play, and in the color 1970 version of the play. You may compare across any two of the versions.

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Julius Caesar Final Answer Section MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38.

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ID: A 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.

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SHORT ANSWER 61. ANS: n/a

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