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4. How does the reader know that the events of "The Fish I Didn't Catch" had a powerful impact on the narrator? A: Even as an adult, the author is still disappointed that he lost the fish. B: The author remembers and retells the story from his childhood. C: The author stopped fishing as a result of the incident. D:The author continues to enjoy going fishing in the country.

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  1. anonymous
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    @emilybbydoll

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    @claireluna

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    is that a book or a story?

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    Hold on--

  5. anonymous
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    I haven't read it regardless

  6. anonymous
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    Oh have you read a Julius Caeser books?

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    Ja, I did but I found it to be highly boring....

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    Me too

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    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.

  10. anonymous
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    I think I know the answer for the literature one. What do you think?

  11. anonymous
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    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.

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    I'm thinking it might be A... I read the story of Julius Caesar a while ago

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    I agree. What did you think it was for the literature question?

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    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.

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    C, I'd say. I have to go now

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    I hope I at least helped a little-- Auf Wiedersehen.

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    @claireluna, bye. Thanks for the help.

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    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.

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    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

  20. anonymous
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    Brutus and Cassius's defeat at Philippi

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    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.

  22. anonymous
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    alright! Glad i could help

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