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Students Will Review:
This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about quotes from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar for a standard literature course. Topics covered include:
- Quotes from main characters
- Famous quotes from Shakespeare's play
- Betrayal quotes from the play
- Quotes about ambition
- Use of irony and repetition
- Shakespeare's use of soliloquy and aside
1. Brutus Quotes from Julius Caesar: Analysis
William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar shows Brutus, patriot of Rome and friend of Caesar, as a man in conflict with himself; he wants the best for Rome, but this brings him into conflict with his friend Caesar. This lesson focuses on an analysis of some of Brutus' significant lines in the play.
2. Cassius Quotes from Julius Caesar: Meaning & Analysis
Cassius is the main force behind the plot to kill Caesar in Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar'. Cassius' many memorable lines reveal the character's methods and motives as he considers a bold plan to assassinate a political opponent.
3. Julius Caesar Crown Quotes: Analysis
The crown is an important symbol in William Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar' and serves as a window into the minds of the characters. This lesson will analyze and discuss quotes which are concerned with the crown as a symbol of kingship and their place and role in the tragedy.
4. Julius Caesar's Antony Speech Analysis
This lesson analyzes the speech given by Mark Antony over Caesar's body in Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar.' Having received permission from Caesar's assassins to speak, Antony is faced with the challenge of winning the crowd over.
5. Irony in Julius Caesar's Antony Speech
This lesson focuses on the irony found in Marc Antony's great speech in 'Julius Caesar'. We'll examine what irony is and how it was used in the play to unite the plebeians to help Marc Antony get revenge against Caesar's assassins.
6. Repetition in Julius Caesar's Antony Speech
Marc Antony's funeral speech for the slain Caesar in Shakespeare's ''Julius Caesar'' is one of the most celebrated rhetorical acts in dramatic literature. Antony cleverly uses repetition to turn the crowd against the assassins without ever directly slighting them.
7. Julius Caesar: Famous Quotes from Shakespeare's Play
In this lesson, you will learn well-known quotes from Shakespeare's play ''Julius Caesar''. At the end of the lesson, you will understand the significance and meaning of the quotations.
8. Oh, Julius Caesar, Thou Art Mighty Yet: Meaning & Analysis
The words Brutus utters as he stands above the body of the dead Cassius show just how ironic, and just how pointless, the death of Julius Caesar really was.
9. Aside Examples from Julius Caesar
If you are reading William Shakespeare's ''Julius Caesar'', you may have seen the word 'aside'. This is special direction for the speaker and can serve many interesting purposes. In this lesson, we will take a look at exactly what it means, and why it is important.
10. Julius Caesar Betrayal Quotes: Meaning & Analysis
If you've ever been betrayed by a friend, you know the pain such a betrayal causes. This kind of betrayal is exactly what Caesar experiences with his friend Brutus in 'Julius Caesar' by William Shakespeare.
11. Example of Soliloquy in Julius Caesar: Meaning & Analysis
William Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar' has many memorable soliloquies, one of which is delivered by Marc Antony. In this lesson, we'll analyze some of his soliloquies to get a better understanding of Antony's character.
12. Ambition Quotes in Julius Caesar: Meaning & Analysis
If you're reading William Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar,' you might have noticed that the concept of ambition is often discussed. In this lesson, through the words of the characters, we'll talk about just what they mean when they talk about ambition.
13. Beware The Ides Of March: Quote & Meaning
If someone says to you, 'beware the Ides of March,' you better keep your head up on March 15th! Read about the historical quote and how a popular Roman leader didn't heed the warning which ultimately led to his death.
14. 'Et Tu, Brute?' - Definition & Meaning
Julius Caesar was a Roman leader whose legend became popular, especially after writers such as William Shakespeare crafted stories about him. Caesar was killed by a group of conspirators who feared his level of power. Learn more about Caesar's betrayal and death, as well as Shakespeare's play, and test your knowledge with a quiz.
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Other chapters within the Julius Caesar: Help & Review course
- Renaissance Literature & Literary Terms
- Julius Caesar Literary Analysis
- Julius Caesar in History
- Julius Caesar's Leadership
- Julius Caesar & the Military
- Julius Caesar in Literature
- Characters in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
- Julius Caesar Act 1 & 2 Summary
- Julius Caesar Act 3 Summary
- Julius Caesar Acts 4 & 5 Summary