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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Claim - As you read Shakespeare's Julius Caesar you can see that some characters are easily swayed while others Malleability and Resolve are not. In this inforgraphic, I will show how the views of Brutus, Caesar, and the public of Rome changed, or did not change, throughout the play. Key: - Brutus - Caesar - Public Act 1 Scene 1 - Commoners cheer forCaesar's return after defeatingPompey- Before they had cheered forPompey Act 1 Scene 2 Start "Knew you not Pompey? Many a time have you oft climbed up to walls and see great Pompey pass the streets of Rome.(...)And do you now strew out flowers in his way that comes in triumph over Pompey's blood?" - Marullus - Brutus is not completely swayed by Cassius' words- Promises to carefully consider his points "What you have said I will consider: what you have to say I will with patience to hear. and find a time both meet to answer such high things." -Brutus Act 2 Scene 1 - Caesar is warned by a Soothsayer to "Beware the ideas of March."- Caesar ignores the warning as if it is nothing ! - Brutus convinces himself that killing Caesar is best for Rome- If Caesar is crowned his nature might change which would be bad for Rome - Caesar's wife Calphurnia tells him of the terrible events that are happening in Rome. She believes that they foretell something bad is going to happen.- Caesar ignores this warning too "Recounts most horrid sights seen by the watch. A lioness hath whelped in the streets, and graves have yawned and yielded up their dead..." - Calphurnia"Whose end is purposed by the gods? Yet Caesar shall go fourth, for the predictions are to the world in general as to Caesar." - Caesar Act 2 Scene 2 Act 3 Scene 1 Act 3 Scene 2 - Brutus helps in the killing of Caesar - Caesar is killed- If he had taken the warnings to heart and not been so arrogant he might have lived X X - Brutus speaks to the plebeians about why Caesar had to die - The plebeians are easily persuaded by Brutus and now celebrate him for his actions "Bring him with triumph home unto his house." - First Plebeian"Give him a statue with his ancestors." - Second Plebeian"Let him be Caesar," - Third Plebeian Act 3 Scene 3 - The plebeians also stay and listen to Antony's speech- Antony persuades them to change their views again- The plebeians then begin to act violently toward anyone who they think were part of the conspiracy End Sam Larson Act 1 Scene 1 Lines 42-43 & 55-56 Act 1 Scene 2 Line 176-179 Act 2 Scene 2 Lines 16-18 & 28-30 Act 3 Scene 2 Line 51-53 Act 1 Scene 2 Line 28
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