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(a) The poet likes the snake and is pleased to have him visit.

(b) The poet treats the snake like a guest.

(c) As its thirst was quenched, the snake was pacified.


(a) The incident referred to here is the time when the conspirators stabbed Caesar one by one.

(b) The cut wound that Brutus’ stab caused Caesar was the unkindest cut’ because Caesar could not believe that Brutus, whom he considered his true friend, had betrayed him and joined hands with the conspirators.

(c) The speaker (Mark Antony) is addressing the Roman citizens.

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