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Cause and Effect Thinking Map: Caesar

What are the causes and effects of Julius Caesar's assassination / death / murder and how does it shape Shakespeare's play?
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David Robinson

on 21 June 2010

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Transcript of Cause and Effect Thinking Map: Caesar

I.) CAUSE II.) EVENT III.) EFFECT Casca's sword Cassius' jealousy Brutus' doubts about
Caesar as a democratic leader--
possibility of tyranny Faction building to
prevent tyranny/
Caesar's ambition Commoners celebrating Caesar's
victory / Death's of
Marullus and Flaviaus Caesar's Death / Assassination / Murder Caesar's power, ambition
and arrogance Death of Pompey in civil war
with Caesar Brutus' death Civil War Portia's death Rise of new leaders--Octavius and Antony Death of Cassius Exile or death of conspirators Mob riots Celebration of
Antony-Octavius' victory
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