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					                 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar—Movie Questions from Act III

1.   What is the significance of the conspirators washing their hands in Caesar’s blood?
2.   Why does Antony shake the conspirators’ bloody hands?
3.   Why do Cassius and Brutus disagree about Antony speaking at Caesar’s funeral?
4.   How do Brutus and Antony differ in their oratory style?

Note that Brutus’ speech focuses on the fact that Caesar would have been a tyrant if he had been
allowed to live. Brutus appeals to their desire freedom, believing that is important to them. The people
accept his reasons. He uses logical appeals.


                 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar—Movie Questions from Act III

1.   What is the significance of the conspirators washing their hands in Caesar’s blood?
2.   Why does Antony shake the conspirators’ bloody hands?
3.   Why do Cassius and Brutus disagree about Antony speaking at Caesar’s funeral?
4.   How do Brutus and Antony differ in their oratory style?

Note that Brutus’ speech focuses on the fact that Caesar would have been a tyrant if he had been
allowed to live. Brutus appeals to their desire freedom, believing that is important to them. The people
accept his reasons. He uses logical appeals.


                 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar—Movie Questions from Act III

1.   What is the significance of the conspirators washing their hands in Caesar’s blood?
2    Why does Antony shake the conspirators’ bloody hands?
3    Why do Cassius and Brutus disagree about Antony speaking at Caesar’s funeral?
4    How do Brutus and Antony differ in their oratory style?

Note that Brutus’ speech focuses on the fact that Caesar would have been a tyrant if he had been
allowed to live. Brutus appeals to their desire freedom, believing that is important to them. The people
accept his reasons. He uses logical appeals.




                 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar—Movie Questions from Act III

1    What is the significance of the conspirators washing their hands in Caesar’s blood?
2    Why does Antony shake the conspirators’ bloody hands?
3    Why do Cassius and Brutus disagree about Antony speaking at Caesar’s funeral?
4    How do Brutus and Antony differ in their oratory style?

Note that Brutus’ speech focuses on the fact that Caesar would have been a tyrant if he had been
allowed to live. Brutus appeals to their desire freedom, believing that is important to them. The people
accept his reasons. He uses logical appeals.

				
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