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Julius Caesar

How do you imagine the lighting in the passage? dark, night
What are examples of words that appeal to sight in the passage? unscorched, Knotty, ghastly, etc...
Based on the things going on around them, how do you imagine the faces of the conspirators in the passage? amazed, scared
How does Casca describe the ocean in the passage? He had seen it ambitious, raging, and foaming.
How does Casca describe women on the street? 100 of them, ghastly, and transformed by fear.
What sense does Shakespeare appeal to almost exclusively in this passage? sight
Created by: mrenttizulski