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Copy of Julius Caesar William Shakespeare

Antonius Speech
by Holly Carpenter on 11 November 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Julius Caesar William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare
Julius Caesar
At the end:
Antony's Speech
After Antony's Oration:
Caesar's murder has been avenged,
order has been restored
and the Roman Empire has been preserved.
Antonius Speech
44 B.C - Caesar is warned by a Soothsayer to "Beware the Ides of March"
Caesar's Death
Calpurnia persuades Caesar not to go to the Capitol.
Brutus and the other conspirators arrive to accompany Caesar.
Hearing of Caesar's murder, Mark Antony begs permission to speak at Caesar's funeral and Brutus grants this permission.
Dogs of War
People are easily influenced.
He can't express freely, so he is allusive ironic.
With continuous refers to Brutus as an "honorable man" and the expression "if it were so" Antonius wants to insinuate a doubt.
Antonius uses the preteritio (like he would not read Caesar's will.)
use of irony and crowd manipulation.
Antony turns the audience into a howling mob, screaming for the blood of Caesar's murderers.
The conspirators and their supporters are forced to flee from Rome.
Antony with Octavius and Lepidus gathers an army to pursue and destroy Caesar's killers.
Cassius becomes mistakenly convinced that all is lost and he kills himself.
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