Read the excerpt from act 3, scene 1, of julius caesar.
caesar. i must prevent thee, cimber.
these couchings and these lowly courtesies
might fire the blood of ordinary men,
and turn preordinance and first decree
into the law of children. be not fond
to think that caesar bears such rebel blood
that will be thawed from the true quality
with that which melteth fools: i mean sweet words,
low-crookèd courtesies, and base spaniel fawning.
thy brother by decree is banished.
if thou dost bend and pray and fawn for him,
i spurn thee like a cur out of my way.
know caesar doth not wrong but with just cause,
nor without cause will he be satisfied.
what is the central idea of this excerpt?
caesar will not reverse the exile of cimber’s brother in response to begging and flattery
caesar tells cimber to leave the senate for pleading to release his brother.
caesar will free cimber’s brother if cimber provides caesar with good reasons to do so.
caesar will not tolerate being treated like a dog for exiling cimber’s brother.
Caesar will not reverse the exile of Cimber’s brother in response to begging and flattery.
In the passage, Caesar tells Cimber to stop. He says that the begging and flattery might work on others to change the sentence handed down, but they are not going to work on him. He repeats the verdict, saying that his brother is banished. Caesar then tells Cimber if he's going to continue his begging and flattery that he will send him away.
A) Caesar will not reverse the exile of Cimber’s brother in response to begging and flattery.
Explanation: In the given excerpt from act 3, scene 1 of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, we can see Caesar talking to Cimber, he tells him that he must stop begging and flattering him with courtesies, in order to change the sentence that Caesar gave about Cimber's brother. Ceasar tells Cimber that his brother will remain banished. So the correct answer is the corresponding to option A.
Caeser will not reverse the exile of Cimber’s brother in response to begging and flattery.
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1.creeping like a snail is a simile used in this poem and it means the child is going to school unwillingly./a child is unwilling to go to school.
2. man becomes very frail and loses his physical strength when he becomes old, so much that his leggings that used to fit him snugly when he was in his youth are now too loose for him to wear, and that his shank has shrunk so much that this worldly stage is too big for a feeble actor like him. although, 'his youthful hose' just refers to his leggings/pants/ to shrink from danger; to shrink from contact.
3.the words "sans" means "without." it is a french word that is often used in english even today. so he is saying that in the last age of a man, the man is without eyes, taste, or anything else. he also says that this is the "last stage of all" and that it is the stage that ends a man's "history."
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