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Julius Caesar/Shakespeare's Elements of Drama
Transcript of Julius Caesar/Shakespeare's Elements of Drama
Born in Stratford-upon-Avon England in 1564
In 1582, at 18, he married Anne Hathaway. dialogue: speech between two or more characters Shakespeare's Elements of Drama and Julius Caesar They had three children, but only one survived.
1585-1592: Prominent Actor and Playwright
He wrote 37 plays, and died on his 52nd birthday act: major division/section of a play Scene: smaller sections an act is divided into stage directions: directions that tell actors how to deliver lines; how to position themselves soliloquy: a speech in which a character, ALONE ON STAGE (“solo”), speaks his/her thoughts aloud for the audience to hear aside: when a character, with other characters on the stage, speaks directly to the audience, but the other characters can't hear him/her pathetic fallacy: when what is happening in nature mimics the action in a story foil: a character that is the opposite of another character and, by contrast, brings out those opposite characteristics. Et tu, Brute? Julius Caesar Mark Antony Cassius Came from a line of kings.
He was kidnapped by pirates at a young age (for ransom) Created the 1st Triumvirate
A triumvirate was three men who "ruled" together.
These men were Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey Born on July 12, 100 BC