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In “The Bean Eaters,” what is the couple doing as they eat? A. putting things away B. staring at each other C. remembering the past D. counting their possessions
Weegy: In “The Bean Eaters,” the couple is remembering the past as they eat. (More)
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In Act I, Scene ii, why does Cassius flatter Brutus? A. He fears that Brutus may try to kill him or Casca. B. He needs Brutus to support his plot against Caesar. C. He wants Brutus to leave Rome so Caesar will retire. D. He wants Brutus to marry his daughter in March.
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In Act I, Scene ii, why does Cassius flatter Brutus?

B. He needs Brutus to support his plot against Caesar.
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In his funeral speech, which line does Antony repeat several times? A. “Brutus is an honorable man.” B. “I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.” C. “Caesar was too ambitious.” D. “I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke.”
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In his funeral speech, which line does Antony repeat several times?

A. “Brutus is an honorable man.”

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Why do the conspirators want Caesar to go to the Senate on the ides of March? A. so that they can accuse him of tyranny B. so that they can have soldiers arrest him C. so that they can kidnap him D. so that they can kill him
Weegy: They are trying to make it a public spectacle. If the killing is done privately no one will know why Caesar died, i.e. to stop him from becoming king. [ Since it was public the conspirators could show they felt no shame for what they did, and could claim to have acted in the best interests of the SPQR. It failed of course, but if the killing had been private they would have been spat upon as cowards and traitors rather than the murderers they were viewed as in the play (being a coward was worse in Rome and being a traitor is arguably still worse today.) ] (More)
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Why do the conspirators want Caesar to go to the Senate on the ides of March?

D. so that they can kill him
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