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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Level: Grade 10
Author: lewisela
Created: 8 years ago

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Grade 10 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

Caesar says, “Cowards die many times before their deaths: / The valiant never
taste of death but once” (Act II, Scene ii, ll. 32–33). What is the best interpretation
of these lines?
  1. Death is inevitable, but fear is a choice.
  2. A coward is more likely to be killed.
  3. No one can kill a valiant person.
  4. Cowards should be put to death.
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