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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
In William Shakespeare's ''The Tragedy of Julius Caesar,'' the crown is an often-referenced symbol. Using quotes from the play regarding the crown and crowns, explore the crown as a symbol of absolute power and of corruption.
4. Julius Caesar's Antony Speech Analysis
Explore the powerful speech Marc Antony makes over the body of the slain Caesar in William Shakespeare's ''The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.'' Analyze the meaning of the speech and the rhetorical devices used to persuade the gathering crowd.
5. Irony in Julius Caesar's Antony Speech
William Shakespeare was known to use many types of irony in his plays. Explore the use of verbal irony in the speech of Marc Antony in ''The Tragedy of Julius Caesar'' and discover the ultimate goal of Antony's speech.
6. Repetition in Julius Caesar's Antony Speech
Explore Marc Antony's use of repetition as a literary device in William Shakespeare's ''The Tragedy of Julius Caesar'.' Discover how repeating ''Brutus is an honorable man'' conveys the opposite meaning with each iteration.
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
Betrayal is a pervasive theme in William Shakespeare's ''Julius Caesar''. Explore the dimensions of this theme by examining specific quotes from the play about betray and how different characters betray each other.
11. Example of Soliloquy in Julius Caesar: Meaning & Analysis
William Shakespeare is one of the masters of soliloquy, a type of speech given by a single character when they are alone on stage. Explore examples of soliloquy in Shakespeare's ''The Tragedy of Julius Caesar'' and the meaning of these speeches.
12. Ambition Quotes in Julius Caesar: Meaning & Analysis
Nearly every character in William Shakespeare's ''Julius Caesar'' is driven by ambition. Explore this theme of the play through the actions and quotes of Cassius, Brutus, and Marc Antony.
13. Beware The Ides Of March: Quote & Meaning
The origins of the saying 'Beware the Ides of March' originates in the Shakespearean tragedy Julius Caesar. Examine the origin and meaning of 'Beware the Ides of March'. Discover who Julius Caesar was.
14. 'Et Tu, Brute?' - Definition & Meaning
'Et Tu, Brute?' is the most famous line in William Shakespeare's play ''Julius Caesar.'' Explore the translation of the Latin line and its meaning regarding the betrayal and death of Julius Caesar.
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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