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characters and terms

term or ?answer
plebeians commoners, the peeps
person who manipulates Brutus with words Cassius
Stoic and loyal Portia
called the commoners "blocks" and "stones" and took down decorations Marrelus and Flavilus
main concern is the good of Rome Brutus
tells the future, the "truth" soothsayer
manipulates plebeians with his oration Antony
the most unkindest cut of all Brutus
fickle, change their minds a lot commoners
has a letter for Caesar Artemidorus
Killed because of his bad poerty Cinna
keeps visiting Brutus Caesar's ghost
feast or celebration starting play Lupercal
anachronism out of date, clocks and chimneys
apostrophe O Death, O War, O Spirit of Casear
soliloguy thoughts revealed while character is alone
pun play on words, cobble and cobbler, sole and soul
foil character a character that makes another's characteristics stand out, opposites, Barney and Andy
static character one that does not change
dynamic character one that changes throughout the play
three who have committed suicide or had someone kill them Titinius, Cassius, Brutus
tries to protect Brutus Lucilius
the outcast of the new triumvirate Lepidus
sent to talk Caesar into going to the capitol Decius
scene of battle Phillipi
person banished by Caesar Publius Cimber
took decorations off Caesar's statues Marullus and Flavius
prose how commoners speech is written
Describes Caesar's crown rejection Casca
a soft and hard foot iambic
barren Calphurnia
countenance face
acting as if one of the "regular" people in order to persuade plain folks appeal
a question asked to make a point rhetorical
internal conflict man vs self
describing something bad in a positive way euphemism
opposite situations or description that are both true paradox
I came. I saw. I conquered. parallelism
a play with a hero whose flaw brings about imminent death, destruction, or downfall tragedy
the storms, ravens, and supernatural occurances foreshadowing and symbolism
unrhymed iambic pentameter blank verse
three parallelisms in a row tricolon
no longer used archaic
Created by: housej



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