Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

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  • Catastrophe
  • Hubris
  • Invective
  • The final action that completes the unraveling of the plot in a play
  • Caesar is getting killed.
  • Solioquy
  • a typical flaw in the personality of a character who enjoys a powerful position
  • Calpurnia warns Caesar of her bad dream and warns him not to go to the capitol, but he has to much pride and goes anyway.
  • Verbal Irony
  • Denotes speech or writing that attacks, insults, or denounces a person
  • Letters from "random people" saying caesar is bad for Rome.
  • Dramatic Irony
  • Reveals the innermost thoughts of a character
  • Antony walks in and sees the conspirators have killed Caesar and the bloody hands. He goes along with the conspirators so they would think he was on their side, but when he looks at him closely, his emotions slip away.
  • Character says the opposite of what they really mean
  • Cassius labels Caesar as a god even though Cassius doesn't think of Caeasr as a god.
  • god
  • Cassius gets killed while the other people have no idea until they look over the hill and see him laying there.
  • Expressed through a works structure; an audience's awareness of the situation in which a works characters exist differs substantially from that of the characters
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