Table of Contents
- 1 What happens at the end of Act 1 Scene 3 Julius Caesar?
- 2 What are the commoners doing that anger Marullus and Flavius why are they mad?
- 3 What did Brutus and Antony explain to the crowd in Act 3 Scene 2?
- 4 What happens at the end of Scene 3 to move the conspiracy plot forward?
- 5 What do Marullus and Flavius plan to do about the situation that has upset them?
- 6 What do Flavius and Marullus response to the commoners actions show about the situation in Rome?
- 7 What does Antony’s speech at the end of the scene reveal to us?
- 8 What is the main idea of Brutus speech?
What happens at the end of Act 1 Scene 3 Julius Caesar?
Casca reports to Cassius that the senators plan to make Caesar king in the Senate the following day. Cassius draws his dagger and swears to the gods that if they can make a weak man like Caesar so powerful, then they can empower Cassius to defeat a tyrant.
What are the commoners doing that anger Marullus and Flavius why are they mad?
Flavius and Murellus are initially angry because they see a number of commoners neglecting their work. They learn that the commoners are celebrating Caesar’s defeat of his archrival Pompey. They are upset that the people turned their affections so quickly to Caesar, and that Caesar is becoming too self-important.
What does Scene 3 show about the mischief Antony has unleashed?
Having shown how Antony unleashed the power of the mob in Act III, scene 2, Shakespeare in this scene shows us the true nature of the power of the plebeians in Rome, and how, with the vacuum that the conspirators have created through killing Caesar, chaos and anarchy have descended upon Rome.
What did Brutus and Antony explain to the crowd in Act 3 Scene 2?
Summary: Act III, scene ii. Brutus and Cassius enter the Forum with a crowd of plebeians. Brutus explains to the crowd that Antony had no part in the conspiracy but that he will now be part of the new commonwealth. The plebeians cheer Brutus’s apparent kindness, declaring that Brutus should be Caesar.
What happens at the end of Scene 3 to move the conspiracy plot forward?
What happens at the end of Scene 3 to move the conspiracy plot forward? by the end of act one Cassius has persuaded Brutus to consider the plot, he has Casca and several others and he also forged letters to Brutus and has a meeting with the compositors and Pompey’s porch.
What is the plot for Act 1 Scene 3 of Julius Caesar?
Act 1, Scene 3 Cassius appears to have very little concern for his safety, and explains that he feels threatened only by Caesar’s rise, not by the gods. Casca tells Cassius that a group of senators plan to make Caesar king the next day, and Cassius vows to commit suicide before becoming a subject of Caesar’s.
What do Marullus and Flavius plan to do about the situation that has upset them?
Marullus and Flavius are two tribunes of Rome. Marullus and Flavius plan to go around Rome and stop all the acts of “ungratefulness and disloyalty” to Pompey by stopping the celebrating Romans from praising Caesar.
What do Flavius and Marullus response to the commoners actions show about the situation in Rome?
They are going out to celebrate Caesar’s victory over his rival Pompey. What actions do Marullus and Flavius take to correct the situation? They decide to go out and break up the crowds.. Will make him fly an ordinary pitch.”) They hope if they can take the energy out of the crowds, they can regulate Caesar’s power.
What happens in Act 3 Scene 3 and what is the purpose of the scene?
Cinna the poet is on his way to attend Caesar’s funeral when he is accosted by a group of riotous citizens who demand to know who he is and where he is going. He tells them that his name is Cinna and his destination is Caesar’s funeral.
What does Antony’s speech at the end of the scene reveal to us?
how does Antony’s speech at the end of scene 1 (lines 254-275) indicate his intentions regarding the assassins? Antony vows that he is going to avenge Caesar’s death; the speech foreshadows war.
What is the main idea of Brutus speech?
BRUTUS’ SPEECH: Brutus persuades his audience (common people) that he had good and noble reasons to kill Caesar. His message is that he had to kill Caesar because Caesar was too ambitious and he would enslave the Romans if he lived.
How does Antony persuade the crowd?
Having begun to sway the crowd of ordinary Romans against Brutus with irony, Antony abruptly turns to sincerity. He moves the crowd by actually bringing out Caesar’s multiply stabbed body for them to see and talking to them about how much Caesar loved them and provided for them in his will.