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Can tell whether the fact about Julius Caesar was from Shakespeare or Plutarch?

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AWhich is from Shakespeare: A or B?B
A. The events from the triumph of Caesar to the
defeat of Brutus occur over a 3-year period, 45-42 BC.
B. The events from the triumph of Caesar to
the defeat of Brutus occur over a 5-day period.
A. Popilius clearly informs Brutus that
knowledge of the plot is well knows.
B. Popillius statement suggests
that the conspiracy MAY be known.
A. Caesar was stabbed 33 times.B. Caesar was stabbed 23 times.
A. The crowd killed Cinna merely because they
thought he was the Cinna that had spoken ill of Caesar.
B. The crowd killed Cinna at first because they assumed he was a conspirator, and then because he wrote bad verse.
A. Calpurnia dreams that Caesar was
slain, and that she had him in her arms.
B. Calpurnia dreams a statue of Caesar ran with blood.
A. Caesar's blood is said to possibly signify
the nourishment Caesar gives to Rome.
B. Caesar's blood is only thought to have signified his death.
A. Caesar refused to read the letter of Artemidorus because state affairs took precedence, and this was a personal matter.B. Caesar tried to but was unable to read the letter of Artemidorus, because the crowd was pressing on him
A. The conspirators are in favor of involving
Cicero, but are dissuaded by Brutus.
B. The conspirators express their love for Cicero but
several decide to exclude him because of his cowardice.
A. When his wife stabs herself in the thigh, Brutus is taken aback but appeals to the gods for a successful outcome.B. When his wife stabs herself in the thigh, Brutus
appeals to the gods to make him worthy of such a wife.
A. Brutus' motives differ from those of the other conspirators.B. Brutus' motives are not delineated
from the motives of the other conspirators.
A. Though subject to headaches and the
falling sickness, Caesar presented a formidable
presence, by using his ailments to strengthen himself.
B. Subject to falling sickness, and characterized
as a 'sick girl' with 'coward lips' and aging,
Caesar is presently as physically weak by his opponents.
A. After seeing Brutus Caesar’s lack of will to defend himself further is shown by his pulling his gown over his face.B. After seeing Brutus Caesar’s lack of will
to defend himself further is shown by his uttering
Et tu Brute?--Then fall, Caesar.

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