These are for Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar. I have selected five passages--one from each act--and presented them with eight questions apiece that ask students to analyze the language (for example allusion, antithesis, simile, metaphor, personification, etc.) as well as the rhetoric (specifically pathos and logos) of each. This document is the answer key for all five passages, but once the document is downloaded, the answers can be removed to make student copies. The passages from each act are as follows: Act I - Cassius persuading Brutus against Caesar; Act II - Portia's and Calphurnia's advice to their husbands; Act III - excerpts from Antony's eulogy; Act IV - the argument between Brutus and Cassius; Act V - Antony & Octavius arguing with Brutus & Cassius, leading into some overall feelings about the upcoming battle. I use these questions with my Gifted 9th graders, but they could be used for any advanced course that studies this play.