S: An Introduction to Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
BC: The End
FC: Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar | An Introduction to
1: "Beware the ides of March" | Character Introduction
2: Dramatis Personae: Julius Caesar Octavius Caesar Mark Antony M. Aemilius Lepidus Cicero Publius Popilius Lena Marcus Brutus Cassisus Casca Trebonius Caius Ligarius Decius Brutus Metellus Cimber Cinna Flavius and Marellus Artemidorus of Cniods | Soothsayer Cinna, a poet Artemidorus of Cniods Soothsayer Cinna, a poet Flavius and Marellus Artemidorus of Cniods Soothsayer Cinna, a poet Another Poet Lucilius Titinius Messala Young Cato Volumnius Flavius Varrus Clitus Claudio
3: Clitus Claudio Flavius and Marellus Artemidorus of Cniods Soothsayer Cinna, a poet Another Poet Lucilius Titinius Messala Young Cato Volumnius Flavius Varrus Clitus Claudio Strato | Lucius Dardanius Pindarus, servant to Cassisus Calphurnia, wife to Caesar Portia, wife to Brutus Senators, Citizens, Guards, Attendants, etc.
4: Julius Caesar
5: The Ruler of Rome | At the beginning of this tragedy, Julius Caesar has just gained sole control over Rome. There are some who fear his power and are afraid he will abuse it. Rome is celebrating the feast of Lupercal (celebrated February 15) when Caesar receives a warning from a Soothsayer (person who predicts the future), "Beware the ides of March." Caesar disregards this warning which begins the rising action of this tragedy.
6: The Conspirators | The following characters fear Caesar has received too much power and therefore, is a terrible leader for Rome. They create the plot to assassinate Caesar on the ides of March. Marcus Brutus Cassius Casca Trebonius Caius Ligarius Decius Brutus Metellus Cimber Cinna
8: "Et tu Brutus" | After Casar is assassinated, there is a power struggle between Mark Antony and Brutus (conspirators). Who will prevail? Who will rule Rome?
9: Who will take power?
10: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brutus_and_the_Ghost_of_Caesar_1802.jpg | Works Cited | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:M_Antonius.jpg
11: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Caesar.jpg | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brutus_and_the_Ghost_of_Caesar_1802.jpg
13: Your Turn! You are going to create an eBook like mine highlighting the major plot events in Shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar. Requirements: *Include an Exposition *At least 3 Rising Action events *Climax *At least 2 Falling Action events *Resolution *At least 5 photographs *Works Cited page (provide links to source and follow Copyright guidelines) *At least 10 slides