The Floating Press, 01.01.2009 - 182 Seiten
Although Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar is named after the legendary Roman political leader, the central character is thought by many to be Marcus Brutus, Caesar's friend turned foe who struggles throughout the play with conflicting obligations of friendship and duty. While Caesar is warned in a prophecy to "beware the Ides of March" the Roman senators, including Brutus are secretly plotting his assassination, hoping to rid Rome of the threat of a tyrant who they believe plans to overthrow democracy and install a monarchy. The source of the famous lines "Et tu, Brute?" and "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears..." this tragic history play is based on the real events surrounding the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC.
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answer ARTEMIDORUS bear better blood body bring brother BRUTUS Caesar CALPURNIA Capitol CAS SIUS CASCA cause Cicero Cimber CINNA CLITUS comes common dangerous dead death DECIUS deed doth enemy Enter Exeunt Exit eyes face fall fear fell fire follow FOURTH CITIZEN give gods hand hast hath hear heart hence hold honourable leave Lepidus Ligarius live look lord Lucilius Lucius March Mark Antony master means meet Messala Metellus mighty mind moved never night noble Octavius once Peace Philippi Pindarus PORTIA present Publius Re-enter reason rest Roman Rome SCENE SECOND CITIZEN Senators SERVANT shout sick smile SOLDIER speak spirit stand stay streets strong sword tell thee thing THIRD CITIZEN thou thou art thought Titinius to-day true turn unto Volumnius walk wrong young