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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the concluding lines of Act 4, Scene 8, Antony says heaven and earth will do what to Antony and his companions?
(a) Applaud them.
(b) Abandon them.
(c) Condemn them.
(d) Deride them.
2. Upon what does Antony say he will look in line 9 of Act 4's tenth scene?
(a) His own troops' discipline.
(b) The blood of Caesar.
(c) The enemy's endeavor.
(d) Cleopatra's coutenance.
3. Who accompanies Cleopatra to her destination in Act 4, Scene 13?
4. Who enters to guard Cleopatra while Proculeius reports to Caesar?
5. What does Antony call Eros after the latter's suicide?
(a) Much better the man.
(b) Twice the fool.
(c) Thrice-nobler than he.
(d) Cleopatra's shadow.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who accompanies Antony in Act 4, Scene 10?
2. Upon what does one of the soldiers place his hope of the battle on foot in Act 4, Scene 3?
3. Where does Cleopatra go in Act 4, Scene 13?
4. How many lines are there in Act 4, Scene 11?
5. Whose of Caesar's does Antony insist alone is worthy of trust?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is revealed about the Roman attitude towards death in Act 4, Scene 14?
2. Why does Enobarbus say he will seek out a ditch in which he may die?
3. What attitude grips Antony and his soldiers in Act 4, Scene 7?
4. How does Cleopatra envision her shaming in Rome if she is taken there as a captive?
5. How does the course of the battle change in Act 4, Scene 10?
6. What characterizes Enobarbus' speech which he calls upon the moon to witness?
7. What does Antony say will happen to Cleopatra if she does not vanish after his fleet has betrayed him?
8. Why does Caesar insist upon being still with his land forces on the second day of Battle at Alexandria?
9. How does Antony react to the desertion by Enobarbus?
10. What is revealed by Antony's immediate blame of Cleopatra for the surrender of his fleet?
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