Julius Caesar Jeopardy World Literature, Fall 2012
Characters Act I Act II Act III IV-V 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 100 200 300 400 500 600 100 200 300 400 500 600
Characters 100 The word “worried” best applies to which character: Calpurnia or Julius Caesar?
Characters 100 Calpurnia Back to Categories
Characters 200 The word “loyal” best applies to which character: The Soothsayer or Marc Antony?
Characters 200 Marc Antony Back to Categories
Characters 300 The word “Knowledgeable” best applies to which character: The Soothsayer or Calpurnia?
Characters 300 The Soothsayer Back to Categories
Characters 400 The word “treacherous” best applies to which character: Cassius or Artemidorus?
Characters 400 Cassius Back to Categories
Characters 500 The word “honorable” best describes which of the following characters: Brutus or Cassius?
Characters 500 Brutus Back to Categories
Characters 600 The word “obedient” best describes which of the following characters: Brutus or Artemidorous?
Characters 600 Artemidorous Back to Categories
Characters 700 The word “Arrogant” best applies to which character: Julius Caesar or the Soothsayer?
Characters 700 Julius Caesar Back to Categories
Characters 800 The word “wise” best applies to which of the following characters?
Characters 800 Lucius Back to Categories
Act I 100 Who offered Caesar the crown at the Feast of Lupercal?
Act I 100 Marc Antony Back to Categories
Act I 200 What does Caesar tell Antony about what he thinks about Cassius?
Act I 200 Cassius is too thin. Back to Categories
Act I 300 What does Caesar want Antony to do during the race?
Act I 300 Touch Calpurnia (in the hope that she will then be able to get pregnant) Back to Categories
Act I 400 Who does Cinna suggest the conspirators need on their side because that person is beloved by the people?
Act I 400 Brutus Back to Categories
Act I 500 What story does Cassius tell Brutus to convince him that Caesar is not as great as everyone seems to think he is?
Act I 500 About the time that Caesar challenged Cassius to a swimming race. Back to Categories
Act I 600 After Caesar refuses to accept the crown offered by Antony, what physical weakness of Caesar's is revealed to both the crowd and the readers?
Act I 600 Epilepsy Back to Categories
Act I 700 • What events are the Romans in the streets not celebrating at the beginning of Act I? • The crowning of Caesar • The defeat of Pompey’s sons • The Feast of Lupercal • The return of Caesar
Act I 700 The crowning of Caesar Back to Categories
Act I 800 • Casca witnessed all of the following unusual phenomena in Act I EXCEPT which? • One-hundred frightened women who saw men on fire walking the streets. • A serpent breathing fire in the marketplace • A man whose left hand was on fire but did not burn. • A lion at the Capitol that looked at him but did not attack.
Act I 800 A serpent breathing fire in the marketplace Back to Categories
Act II 100 Brutus loves this more than he fears death.
Act II 100 Honor Back to Categories
Act II 200 What close associate of Caesar’s is NOT one of the people who comes to Brutus’ house late at night to convince him to join the conspiracy?
Act II 200 Marc Antony Back to Categories
Act II 300 Calphurnia has a terrible nightmare in Act II, Scene II. What happens in the nightmare?
Act II 300 Caesar's statue spouts blood, and Romans smile as they bathe their hands in it Back to Categories
Act II 400 What does Cassius suggest regarding Antony?
Act II 400 Kill him Back to Categories
Act II 500 What is Artemidorus’ intention with his letter?
Act II 500 He wants to warn Caesar of the conspirators Back to Categories
Act II 600 Describe Caesar’s attitude towards death.
Act II 600 There is no stopping it, it is the gods’ decision, and therefore there is no point in being afraid. Back to Categories
Act II 700 Which character describes Caesar as "a serpent's egg," which should be "killed in the shell"?
Act II 700 Brutus Back to Categories
Act II 800 Calphurnia recounts horrid sights that have been seen around the city by the watchmen. What are they?
Act II 800 • Graves have opened and pushed up their dead. • Ghosts shrieked and squealed about the street. • A lioness gave birth in the streets. Back to Categories