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is that a book or a story?
I haven't read it regardless
Oh have you read a Julius Caeser books?
Ja, I did but I found it to be highly boring....
3. Cassius is intent on persuading Brutus to join the conspiracy because A: as an ambitious man, Brutus is willing to kill to get power. B: as a greatly respected Roman, Brutus will bring credibility to the conspiracy. C: as an experienced assassin, Brutus can help the conspirators to achieve their goal. D: as Caesar’s friend, Brutus can get the conspirators inside Caesar’s home to carry out their plot.
I think I know the answer for the literature one. What do you think?
I don't remeber Julius Caesar at all, but if I had to pick one it would be A or D. I'm sorry,I just can't remeber these kind of things.
I'm thinking it might be A... I read the story of Julius Caesar a while ago
I agree. What did you think it was for the literature question?
9. Which conflict does not trouble Cassius but causes Brutus to struggle? A: Cassius and Calpurnia eventually marry, but Brutus argues with Calpurnia. B: Cassius and Antony are friends after the murder, but Brutus argues with Antony after Caesar’s murder. C: Cassius knows that he acted for his own gain, but Brutus cannot persuade himself that he acted for the good of Rome. D: Cassius trusts Casca without question, but Brutus cannot decide whether to trust Casca.
C, I'd say. I have to go now
I hope I at least helped a little-- Auf Wiedersehen.
@claireluna, bye. Thanks for the help.
17. One of the central conflicts in Julius Caesar focuses on the future leadership of Rome. This conflict is resolved when A: Caesar refuses the crown three times. B: Brutus gives his speech at Caesar's funeral. C: Brutus agrees to join with the conspirators. D: Brutus and Cassius are defeated at Philippi.
C: Cassius knows that he acted for his own gain, but Brutus cannot persuade himself that he acted for the good of Rome. I'm sure its this one
Brutus and Cassius's defeat at Philippi
Okay, that's it for the Julius Caesar, but I do have other questions. I will just create a new question and close this one. I will tag you in it.
alright! Glad i could help