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What did the conspirators do after they killed Caesar

What kind of handicap did Caesar have

Who was Lucius

What does Caesar bequeath in his will

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Q: Which phrase most clearly describes part of Brutus rhetorical situation in Julius Caesar?
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Who was worried about Brutus and made him promise that report what was happening?

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Does brutus insist that the conspirators kill Antony?

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Why is portia worried about Brutus in Julius Caesar?

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“ he tells the audience that if they listen closely, they will know that he is honorable and speaks the truth“


What does antony ask brutus?

Antony asks Brutus to kill him in act 3 of Julius Caesar. He knows he is about to face a terrible situation and may die, so he asks Brutus to kill him because he believes it would be honorable to die by the same sward that killed Caesar.


What line from Brutus's speech in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar most clearly show pathos?

As Caesar loved me, I weep for him; / as he was fortunate, I rejoice at it

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