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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Act 3, Scene 5, who delivers news to Enobarbus?
2. Who does Antony report has made new wars against Pompey?
3. For what reason does Caesar claim he arrested Lepidus?
(a) Lepidus's greed.
(b) Lepidus's suspicious behavior.
(c) Lepidus's cruelty.
(d) Lepidus's envy.
4. Who does Canidius say he will follow now that the battle of Actium is over?
(a) No one.
5. Where is Antony reported as being, by Caesar, in Act 3, Scene 6?
6. Against what does Caesar warn Antony in Act 3, Scene 2?
(b) Imperial ambition.
(c) Loving too dearly.
(d) Reckless violence.
7. Whose ship hoists its sail and flies, "like a cow in June"?
8. Of what is Antony told concerning his wife in the play's second scene?
(a) Her coming to him.
(b) Her giving birth.
(c) Her death.
(d) Her re-marriage.
9. What of Cleopatra's does Antony say repays him for the loss at Actium?
(a) A flagon of wine.
(b) Her death.
(c) A victory.
(d) A kiss.
10. To where does Antony decide he must go in the beginning of the play?
11. Where does Antony, through Euphornius, request to live if Egypt is denied to him by Caesar?
12. When asked by Cleopatra "what shall we do?" in Act 3, Scene 13, what does Enobarbus reply?
(a) Sleep, and die.
(b) Fight, and live.
(c) Live for now, and soon, die.
(d) Think, and die.
13. Who brings a message from Antony to Cleopatra at the end of the first act?
14. What is the name of the lieutenant of Caesar, who leads his land army?
15. It is reported in Act 3, Scene 5, that Caesar has arrested whom?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Caesar say that Pompey resides in Act 2, Scene 2?
2. What animal does Antony jokingly describe for the drunken Lepidus?
3. Pompey relates to Mark Antony the coming of whom to Sicily?
4. What is the "Tiber" to which Antony refers at the beginning of the play?
5. Towards where do the ships of the defeated flee?
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