Name the Shakespearean play and the character who said this following quote:”They are the faction. O conspiracy,Shamest thou to show thy dangerous brow by night,When evils are most free? O, then by dayWhere wilt thou find a cavern dark enoughTo mask thy monstrous visage? Seek none, conspiracy;Hide it in smiles and affability:For if thou path, thy native semblance on,Not Erebus itself were dim enoughTo hide thee from prevention.”
Marcus Brutus from The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Provide the name of the work and the poet of the following excerpt:”I, who for grief have wept my eye-sight dim; Because, while life for me was bright and young, He robbed my youth-he quenched my life’s fair ray-He crushed my mind, and did my freedom slay.”
“Pilate’s Wife’s Dream” by Charlotte Brontë
Determine the poet and name of the following poem:”Of a Ministry pitiful, angry, mean,A gallant commander the victim is seen.For promptitude, vigour, success, does he standCondemn’d to receive a severe reprimand!To his foes I could wish a resemblance in fate:That they, too, may suffer themselves, soon or late,The injustice they warrent. But vain is my spiteThey cannot so suffer who never do right.
“Of a Ministry Pitiful, Angry, Mean” by Jane Austen