History Theatre / JuliusCaesar

3rd Mar '17 8:04:33 PM Xtifr
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For the man himself, see Creator/GaiusJuliusCaesar.

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For the man himself, see Creator/GaiusJuliusCaesar.
UsefulNotes/JuliusCaesar.
4th Feb '17 11:48:24 PM FurryKef
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** Antony is the master at this; his appearing stupid is what ultimately convinces Brutis not to kill him. Because of this, he has the chance to rile up the crowd and convince them to kill the conspirators.

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** Antony is the master at this; his appearing stupid is what ultimately convinces Brutis Brutus not to kill him. Because of this, he has the chance to rile up the crowd and convince them to kill the conspirators.
30th Jan '17 8:23:08 PM jamespolk
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The play was adapted to film several times. The 1937 version by Creator/OrsonWelles was an attack on Nazism. The most famous is the 1953 version, which starred Creator/MarlonBrando as Mark Antony and received an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination for Best Picture.

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The play was adapted to film several times. The 1937 version by Creator/OrsonWelles was an attack on Nazism. The most famous is the 1953 version, which starred Creator/MarlonBrando as Mark Antony and received an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination for Best Picture.
11th Jan '17 10:28:27 AM AnotherGuy
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* HeelRealization: One interpretation of "Then fall, Caesar." That is, Caesar realizes that if his closest friend thinks his death is necessary, then maybe he's not the hero he thought he was.
27th Oct '16 1:26:07 PM Metalder386
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** Antony is the master at this; his appearing stupid is what ultimately convinces Brutis not to kill him. Because of this, he has the chance to up the crowd and convinces them to kill the conspirators.
** Casca pretends to be less intelligent around people he mistrusts.

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** Antony is the master at this; his appearing stupid is what ultimately convinces Brutis not to kill him. Because of this, he has the chance to rile up the crowd and convinces convince them to kill the conspirators.
** Casca **Casca pretends to be less intelligent around people he mistrusts.
27th Oct '16 1:25:28 PM Metalder386
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* ObfuscatingStupidity: Casca pretends to be less intelligent around people he mistrusts.

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* ObfuscatingStupidity: Casca ObfuscatingStupidity:
** Antony is the master at this; his appearing stupid is what ultimately convinces Brutis not to kill him. Because of this, he has the chance to up the crowd and convinces them to kill the conspirators.
**Casca
pretends to be less intelligent around people he mistrusts.
17th Oct '16 11:08:46 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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** "Caesar, thou art revenged, even with the sword that killed thee.

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** "Caesar, thou art revenged, even with the sword that killed thee."- Cassius
17th Oct '16 11:06:36 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* FamousLastWords: "Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar."

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* FamousLastWords: FamousLastWords:
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"Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar."" - Julius Caesar
** "Caesar, thou art revenged, even with the sword that killed thee.
** "Farewell, good Strato. Caesar, now be still. I killed not thee with half so good a will."- Brutus


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* KarmicDeath: Cassius is killed by the same sword he used to kill Caesar.
2nd Oct '16 12:37:41 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* DumbIsGood: Brutus is portrayed as far-and-away the best-intentioned of the conspirators, but every time he overrules Cassius it's for something [[HonorBeforeReason mind-bogglingly stupid]]. Brutus nixes a suggestion to kill Antony along with Caesar. Brutus overrules Cassius and insists they allow Antony to speak at Caesar's funeral. Brutus again overrules Cassius and says they must advance and give battle at Phillipi, rather than bide their time as Cassius suggests. All three of these decisions are disastrous errors.

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* DumbIsGood: Brutus is portrayed as far-and-away the best-intentioned of the conspirators, but every time he overrules Cassius it's for something [[HonorBeforeReason mind-bogglingly stupid]]. Brutus nixes a suggestion to kill Antony along with Caesar. Caesar, resulting in Antony becoming one of their greatest threats. Brutus overrules Cassius and insists they allow Antony to speak at Caesar's funeral. funeral, and Antony incites the crowd to riot with his speech. Brutus again overrules Cassius and says they must advance and give battle at Phillipi, rather than bide their time as Cassius suggests. All three of these decisions are disastrous errors.suggests, resulting in the battle being lost.


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** Brutus assassinated Caesar because he was afraid that Caesar would crown himself monarch of Rome and do away with Roman democracy. Brutus's actions in killing Julius Caesar paved the way for Julius's heir Gaius Octavian to become the first Emperor of Rome.
4th Aug '16 8:16:09 AM TheWanderer
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* TheOnlyBeliever: The main interpretation of the play, as well as the opinion of Anthony in universe, is that Brutus is this. The conspiracy to kill Caesar, despite the fact that it's supposedly about stopping Caesar from overthrowing the Republic and turning into a dictator, mostly consists of power hungry nobles opposing Caesar because they want that power for themselves. Brutus, on the other hand is genuinely distressed at the thought of Caesar being crowned. Mark Anthony's line eulogizing Brutus is the page quote.
-->[[SympathyForTheHero This was the noblest Roman of them all]]. All the rest of the conspirators acted out of jealousy of great Caesar. Only he acted from honesty and for the general good.
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