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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who accompanies Antony into his camp in Act 4, Scene 5?
2. Who brings news to Antony that Cleopatra is not dead?
3. With what word does Enobarbus describe his revolt in comparison to Antony's nobility?
4. With what does Cleopatra kill herself?
(b) A dagger.
(c) A spear.
5. Who enters to guard Cleopatra while Proculeius reports to Caesar?
6. What does Cleopatra say she will give to Scarus for his valor?
(a) A silver sword.
(b) A feast for a king.
(c) A fertile tract of land.
(d) Golden armor.
7. To where does the speaker in Act 4, Scene 11, say the speaker and company must go?
(a) To the vales.
(b) To the hills.
(c) To Alexandria.
(d) To the galleys.
8. What is the "rumor" about of which the Second Soldier speaks in Act 4, Scene 3?
(b) The palace.
(c) The streets.
9. What is the meaning of "scotches" as used by Scarus?
10. What does Antony compare to the spirit of a youth who "means to be of note," in Act 4, Scene 4?
(a) The sight of one's beloved before battle.
(b) A battle fought at night.
(c) The sound of trumpets before war.
(d) The present morning.
11. With whom does Antony intend his foot soldiers to stay in Act 4, Scene 10?
(a) Caesar's ships.
(c) Caesar's foot.
12. Whom does Caesar send to accompany the speaker sent to Cleopatra in the first part of the final act?
13. Whom does Antony command to kill him?
14. What does Antony say his men have all proved themselves in Act 4, Scene 8?
15. To what spurned suicidal lover of Roman lore does Antony refer?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the soldiers resolve to do about the noise in Act 4, Scene 3?
2. Who arrives to announce Antony's death to Caesar?
3. To whose "prepared nails" does Antony refer?
4. Whom does Caesar send to speak to Cleopatra after hearing of Antony's death?
5. What does Caesar say the world shall bear freely if the battle of Alexandria goes well?
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