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- “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. (Act 3, Scene 2 line 75) In William Shakesheare play, Julius Caesar, Marcus Antony’s speech convinces and enrages the peasants to get revenge for Caesar’s death. In the following essay I will discuss Antony’s techniques of manipulation and powerful words to change the crowds emotion.
- His birth name was Marcus Tullius. Born in 106 B.C., Cicero was anything but popular. His hometown of Arpinum was not exactly among the top cities of Rome. Cicero unlike most great writers and politicians of his time, had to work hard and use the wealth and power of others to find his place in Roman aristocracy.
- Born Marcus Tullius in 106 B.C., Cicero was anything but popular. His hometown of Arpinum was not exactly among the top cities of Rome. Cicero unlike most great writers and politicians of his time, had to work hard and use the wealth and power of others to find his place in Roman aristocracy.
- In history it is rare to find truly great leadership, but every once in a while someone comes along so charismatic that even his enemies cannot but admire him. Rome in the first century B.C. was replete with statesmen, generals and leaders who to this day are remembered as being among the greatest and most fascinating that ever lived.
- Revenge Revenge causes one to act blindly without reason It is based on the principle of an eye for an eye, however this principle is not always a justified one to follow In Julius Caesar, Antony seeks to avenge the death of Caesar Antony acts on emotion which leads to the demise of Brutus, who is a noble man that does not deserve to be killed Revenge is a central theme within Julius Caesar This is demonstrated through Antony?s desire to avenge Caesar?s death, and also the return of Julius Caesar?s ghost Revenge is again exemplified through the violent course of action, which is taken by the P
- In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Decius Brutus and Mark Antony, both Roman Senators, eulogize Julius Caesar, each using a different technique and approach. Brutus, in a somewhat arrogant, to the point, eulogy, attempts to sway the people. He justifies conspiring against Caesar by stating that Caesar’s ambition would have hurt Rome.
- In Shakespeare s tragedy Julius Caesar, the use of diverse leaders plays an important role in the plot, showing vividly how strong personalities conflict. This is the case with Brutus and Cassius, the two leaders among the several conspirators. The story of Julius Caesar is set in ancient Rome during a time when Julius Caesar is to become king.
- Summaries of Julius Caesar Act I This first Act contains only three scenes, but each are important for many reasons. It begins with two tribunes, Flavius and Murellus, who scold commoners who parade down the street to celebrate Caesar’s victory over Pompey.
- Selecting a good leader for a country is like setting up a set of dominoes. If the leader does his job correctly the country will be strong, but if he does not become a good leader, the country will topple and go fall. A good leader must be able to make his own decisions because if he cannot make decisions on his own, then he would be considered as a weak leader.
- The story of Julius Caesar?s assassination has been told both historically and fictionally. Historical sources focus on the facts of the assassination, while fictionary works focus more on the characters and the drama of the story. Because of the different purposes of the sources, there are many differences between the historical and fictional stories.
- Imagine yourself in the Globe Theater, watching the opening to Shakespeare’s new play Julius Caesar. You are in the standing pit because you do not have any money. The play begins. The drool starts to run from the commoner’s mouths. The play is very intense.
- Augustus Caesar, the Rome’s first true Emperor was the historical figure who had the greatest impact upon the western world between the dawn of civilization and the end of the middle ages. Augustus Caesar (31B.C. – 14 A.D.) was originally named Gaius Octivian, the name Augustus was granted by the Roman Senate, which means magnificent.
- Having a good background and knowledge of the history of Rome is very helpful to understand Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar. The setting of this play took place hundreds of years ago, so if one knows a little bit of Roman history, it would help very much in understanding what is going on in the play.
- Their inability to project their true motives in performing certain actions eventually brings about their tragic downfalls. Julius Caesar believed that people needed one strong ruler in order to have maximum production and proper function of a society.
- In the play Julius Caesar Shakespeare give up hints about what is going to happen though out the rest of the play. He uses foreshadowing in the use of his characters names. For instance Julius Caesar was born Julius but earned the name Caesar after many triumphs over his stellar career.
- In Julius Caesar there were many important characters throughout the play like Caesar, Brutus and Mark Antony. These characters were the main part of the story line and made the story line work. Like any other play there also needs to be minor characters to help let the play flow smoothly and make it more interesting.
- Brutus also feels that Caesar is being given too much power and will destroy Rome’s democracy. Brutus’ reason for killing Caesar is to benefit Rome, he proves this when he states”If then that friend demand why Brutus rose against Caesar, this is my answer: not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more.
- bad traits. Shakespeare gives Julius Caesar a mixture of qualities ranging from reasonable to that of a tyrant to arrogantly ambitious and, sometimes, superstitious in order to portray a variety of sides to the potential leader of Rome. “Such men (Cassius) are dangerous…I fear him not.
- These were the words expressed by the incredibly strong will and no-nonsense attitude of one history’s most famous men, Julius Caesar, who was courageous and quick-witted and also very good with people. But most of all, he was a gambler who knew how to calculate the odds.
- Some called him a tyrant, a foe, an adversary. Others named him a loyal friend and confidant. I, on the other hand, simply call him great. Journey with me through the life of this great man. We will walk together through his birth and family, his rise to power, and finally the betrayal that cost him his life.