Julius Caesar Act 1 scene 1

Julius Caesar Act 1 scene 1
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  • Exposition
  • Speak, what trade art thou?
  • Why, sir, a carpenter
  • Rising Action
  • But wherefore art not in thy shop today? Why dost thou lead these men about the streets?
  • Conflict
  • But indeed, sir, we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph
  • In the exposition, Marullus asks the first commoner what his profession is and the commoner responds that he is a carpenter.
  • Climax
  • How dare you celebrate the person who slaved your beloved emperor. When Pompey was slain you had screamed in awe as his body was dragged along Caesar's carriage!
  • In the rising action, Flavius asks the crowd of people why they are not at their workplaces and toiling away.
  • Falling action
  • Leave now and toss your flower and pray that you are not punished for your infidelity to Pompey!
  • The second commoner chimes in and responds that they are celebrating the triumph of Julius Caesar
  • Resolution
  • Take everything of Caesar!
  • Marcullus then asks them why they are celebrating the person who slayed their emperor. But when they saw Caesar drag Pompey's dead body with his carriage they scream in awe.
  • Flavius then tells them to leave their flowers and go and pray for mercy for their infidelity to their emperor.
  • Flavius exclaims for everyone to take everything that is of Caesar or celebrating him
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