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mount olympus
home of the gods
allusion
"Et tu Brute"
caesar
situational irony
"Alea Jacta Est"
the die is cast
death
(singular for dice --->fate
who was the last person to stab caesar?
brutus
bathing in caesars blood
occured in calpurnia's dream
religious imagery
brutus kissed caesar hand -- judias kissed jesus hand
Julius caesar(JC)--Jesus Christ(JC)
Lethe
river in the underworld
allusion
ate
goddess of discard and destruction
allusion
league
3 miles
brutus loves what?
rome
Caesar has
ambition
"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears"
mark antony
"Brutus is a honorable man"
mark antony
verbal irony
brutish beasts
mark anotony
pun
act 3 scene 2 ---->
the tradegy of brutus
protagonist(main character)
brutus
antagonist(2nd main character)
antony
"I come not,friends, to steal away your hearts, I am no orator, as Brutus is"
mark antony
verbal irony
brutus's intentions are....
good
antony's intentions are...
good
Caesar has
ambition
"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears"
mark antony
"Brutus is a honorable man"
mark antony
verbal irony
brutish beasts
mark anotony
pun
act 3 scene 2 ---->
the tradegy of brutus
protagonist(main character)
brutus
antagonist(2nd main character)
antony
"I come not,friends, to steal away your hearts, I am no orator, as Brutus is"
mark antony
verbal irony
brutus's intentions are....
good
antony's intentions are...
good
75 silver coins and land
fake will
triumviate
antony octavius and lepidus
there goal is to overtake rome for the good of the people
-antony and cleopatra(play)
brutus
tragic hero
what is brutus's tragic flaw?
gullible
antony octavius and lepidus want too..
divide the world in three
pluto
god of wealth
how does portia kill herself?
swalloing burning coal
why did portia kill herself?
because she is a strong woman and she wanted a honorable death
euphemism
make something sound better then it really is
mark antony murdered how amny senators?
70
who did mark antony murder by an accident?
cicero bu a different cicero
plot mistake
mentions portias death twice
where are they going to meet antony's army?
philippi (north east of greece)
"Noble noble cassius"
brutus
situational irony
dramatic irony
lute
instrument
what kind of slumber is brutus thinking of?
murderous
allusion to macbeth
brutus sees who? and feels what?
ghost of caesar
guilty
ghost of caesar..
shall (uncertainty)
will(certainty)
1. foreshawdoing
2.illusion
3.internal conflict
4. omen
who is the new caesar?
octavius
cassius sees ravens above him
omen
cato
portias father
what does brutus think of suicide?
cowardly and vile
what does roman society think of suicide?
honorable death
what does christinanity think of suicide?
cowardly and improper
pindarus does what to cassius?
stabs cassius so he can die honorably
brutus cassius die from what sword?
the same one tht killed caesar
cassius birthday
situatonal irony
young cato
portias brother
what happened to portia's father cato?
killed himself
catharsis
purging your emotions
how does brutus reach his catharsis moment?
he must kill himself
"And i am brutus....."
lucilius
"I am cato, young cato, i am the son of marcus cato"
young cato
"If though read this though mayest live...."
artemedorious
"no not an oath if not the face of man"
brutus
"and therefore think him as an serpents eff which hatch him"
brutus
simile
"Messala this is my birthday"
cassius
situational irony
"Friends, romans, countrymen, lend me your ears"
mark antony
"i know my hour has com"
BRUTUS
"this was the noblest roman of them all "
antony
"to part the glories of this happyt day"
octavius
"go to, you are not cassius"
brutus
"tear him for his bad verses, tear him for his bad verses"
plebians
"brutus stole from my bed and yester night and supper suddenly walked about"
portia
climax
et tu brute
cinna the poet
antonys speech
caesar dies
caesars will
alea jacta eset
denouement
triumviate
portia's death
cicero died
euphemism
brutus calls caissus greedy
ghost of caesar
resolution
cassius dies
brutus dies
cato dies
lucilius pretends to be brutus
"am i not worthy as a man"
portia
the only way for brutus to show he is truly sorry
killing himself