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Who is the ambitious schemer?

 

What is the effect of the ambitious schemer?

A. He betrays the ones he loves best

B. His pride is his downfall.

C. He brings all the characters together.

D. He brings about his enemy's demise.

 

What is the effect of the supremely confident leader?

A. He betrays the ones he loves best

B. His pride is his downfall.

C. He brings all the characters together.

D. He brings about his enemy's demise.

 

Who is the good, logical hero whose fatal flaw leads him to betray the ones he loves most?

 

What is the effect of the good, logical hero whose fatal flaw leads him to betray the ones he loves most?

A. He betrays the ones he loves best

B. His pride is his downfall.

C. He brings all the characters together.

D. He brings about his enemy's demise.

 

Who is the friend who plans revenge?

 

What is the effect of the friend who plans revenge?

A. He betrays the ones he loves best

B. His pride is his downfall.

C. He brings all the characters together.

D. He brings about his enemy's demise.

 

What contrast between Cassius and Brutus do these lines suggest? "Cassius, be content/Speak your griefs softly; I do know you well," (IV.ii.42-43)

A. Cassius is easily offended but Brutus is not.

B. Cassius is excitable but Brutus is calmer and more reasonable.

C. Brutus knows Cassius well, but Cassius does not know Brutus well.

D. Brutus is angry but able to hide it, but Cassius always shows his true feelings.

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Texas Tech University High School?

I'm doing them too and I find them very multi-sided dontcha think? Like I sent the teacher a 2 page message telling her what I thought about the assignment. 

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