Shakespeare

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • -The popularity of Cæsar with the Roman mob and the jealousy of the official classes--the two motive forces of the play--are revealed. The fickleness of the mob is shown in a spirit of comedy; the antagonism of Marullus and Flavius strikes the note of tragedy.
  • Climax
  • Julius is killed for the good of Rome
  • Falling Action
  • - soothsayer: "beware the ides of march" - storm/supernatural sitings (Calpurnia's dream and Casesar's superstition) - conspirators' meeting (Brutus' inner turmoil)
  • Resolution
  • - Caesar's assassination - Antony is allowed to speak last at the funeral (Brutus leaves and Antony turns the crowd)
  • - Brutus' army wins 1st battle at Phillipi, but Cassius mistakes it as a loss - Cassius commits suicide - Brutus commits suicide and is given a "hero's memorial" by O. Caesar and Antony
  • - Brutus and Cassius lose the fight they began in the plot to assassinate Caesar. In battle, these two conspirators are defeated by Octavius and Antony.
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