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JC CPETSISS

JULIUS CAESAR CPETSIS

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CHARACTERIZATION "BUT AS HE WAS AMBITIOUS, I SLEW HIM." CAESAR WAS AMBITIOUS
POINT OF VIEW THIRD PERSON
EVENTS "SPEAK HANDS FOR ME!" THE DEATH OF CAESAR
TONE SUSPENSFUL`
SYMBOL "A LIONESS HATH WHELPED IN THE STREETS. AND GRAVES YAWNED AND YEILDED UP THEIR DEAD." A SYMBOL FOR THE DEATH OF CAESAR
IRONY "ET TU, BRUTE? THEN FALL, CAESAR!" CAESAR DOES NOT EXPECT HIS BEST FRIEND TO KILL HIM.
SETTING THE SCENE MOVES FROM THE HOUSES OF BRUTUS, CAESAR, THE CAPITOL, THE FORUM, THE FIELDS OF PHILIPPI, AND THE TENT OF BRUTUS.
STRUCTURE THE WORK IS COMPOSED OF DIALOGUES AND MONOLOGUES.
Created by: nickbrown22