English ii 16987 2018-2019 (88) n how does lucillius, a minor character in the play, advance the plot in this passage? brutus. he is not doubted. a word, lucillius. how he received you let me be resolved. lucillius. with courtesy and with respect enough, but not with such familiar instances, nor with such free and friendly conference, as he hath used of old. brutus. thou hast described a hot friend cooling. ever note, lucillius: when love begins to sicken and decay it useth an enforced ceremony. there are no tricks in plain and simple faith; but hollow men, like horses hot at hand, make gallant show and promise of their mettle; but when they should endure the bloody spur, the fall their crets and like deceitful indes lucillius is protective of cassius so he diminishes the seriousness of the conflict. lucillius tells brutus that cassius intends to attack brutus, increasing the tension and conflict. lucillius does not tell brutus much about cassius, which causes brutus to question his loyalty. lucillius gives brutus information about cassius, which influences brutus's judgment of cassius.
D) Lucillius gives Brutus information about Cassius,
which influences Brutus's judgment of Cassius.
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D) Lucilius better judgment of Cassius.
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His external conflict with Cassius
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c.The conflict between Brutus and Cassius is growing in intensity.
d. Brutus now suspects Cassius because he has become too polite.
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his external conflict with Cassius This is the correct option.
Brutus has the feeling his bond with Cassius is becoming weak. Brutus has this conversation with Lucillus before he and Cassius decide to have a private conversation. Brutus and Cassius had an argument about corruption, yet they make peace during their private meeting. They remain friends.
These options are nort right.
-his external conflict with Mark Antony. ( Mark Anthony is Brutus rival. He does not doubt about it).
-his internal conflict over killing Caesar. ( He has this conflict but it is not reflected in these lines).
-his internal conflict about the state of Rome. ( Same as above).
Note: This is a check-all-that-apply question. That is why there are two correct answers.
3. The conflict between Brutus and Cassius is growing in intensity.
4. Brutus now suspects Cassius because he has become too polite.
This passage was taken from the Shakespearean play "Julius Caesar". Brutus and Cassius were not only friends but also accomplices in betraying and killing Caesar. As the plot progresses, however, the two characters begin to grow distant as the conflict between them grows in intensity.
Brutus's loyal friend Lucillius has payed Cassius a visit, and is now being questioned by Brutus about the way Cassius has treated him. Lucillius makes it clear Cassius was civil, but not at all affectionate. Brutus now begins to suspect Cassius's cold politeness, seeing it as a sign of their friendship being damaged.
The answer is:
his external conflict with Cassius
An external conflict is a clash between a character and an outside force.
According to the excerpt from"Julius Caesar," by William Shakespeare, Lucillius declares to Brutus that Cassius welcomed him with high regard but without any excitement. As a consequence, Brutus talks about how Cassius has transformed and how their closeness has mitigated and decreased after murdering Caesar.