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Julius Caesar Act 1, Scene 1 Questions

How does Shakespeare use humor in his opening scene? Shakespeare uses puns as humor. Find at least one example of a pun in the opening scene. His first pun was sole/soul. Sole because there was a shoe repairer and soul…

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Julius Caesar Act II & III Summary

Act II Scene i Brutus realizes that Caesar will become corrupt if he gets too much power. A forged letter convinces him Caesar must die. Cassius and the conspirators arrive at Brutus’ house. Brutus says they do not need to…

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Julius Caesar Act I

Julius Caesar – Act One – Scene OneWhat is the setting of the first scene? The setting is in Rome on a street. Julius Caesar – Act One – Scene OneWhy have the shopkeepers left work? To celebrate Caesar’s victory…

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Julius Caesar Rhetoric Examples

Anachronism “…without the sign Of your profession?” Epanalepsis/Chaismus “What trade, thou knave? Though naughty knave, what trade” Pun “I can mend you” Epanalepsis/Chaismus “Thou art a cobbler, art though?” Anaphora “You blocks, you stones, you worse than senseless!” Rhetorical question…

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Julius Caesar – Act 3 Vocabulary

petitions formal requests enterprise a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness) puissant mighty; powerful; forceful banished kicked out of an area and not allowed to return cur an inferior dog or one of mixed breed…

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julius caesar – act 5

where does action in scene 1 take place? whats significant about this? the plains of philippi – where caesar’s ghost told brutus they’d meet again what lines imply that there will be results by the end of the day? “but…

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Julius Caesar: Act I Reading and Study Guide

Wherefore Why Exeunt Exit Vulgar Common People What part of speech is vulgar when used by Flavious in line 72? Noun Blank Verse Unrhymed Poetry List characters who speak in Verse Flavious, Marullus, Cobbler, and Cinna What possible reason do…

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Julius Caesar Acts 4-5 Test Review

The planned military conflict in Act IV is between- Brutus and Cassius on one side and Antony and Octavius on the other In his attitude toward Lepidus, Antony is characterized as- arrogant Brutus is motivated mainly by thoughts of- honor…

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Julius Caesar Character Map

Tries to warn with a date Soothsayer Tries to warn with a dream Calpurnia Tries to warn with a letter Artemedias Loyal Follower Mark Antony 2nd Triumvirate Octavius Caesar and Lepidus Put to death Publius, Cicero, Lepidus’ Brother (unamed) Collateral…

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