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    Kimbily Warner commented on the post, Prompt From Appendix B., on the site Shakespeare and Rome 3 years, 3 months ago

    In reply to: Ladonna White wrote a new post, Speech While In Rome 2/8, on the site Shakespeare and Rome Right now I am leaning more towards recording the speech in Julius Caesar when Marc Antony speaks at Caesar’s funeral. I […] View

    Ladonna,
    This would be a great scene to record! It makes me wonder if the actor would say these lines in a serious manner or would he add in hints of sarcasm? Antony has a great stage presence and he has tremendous leadership qualities even if he isn’t the greatest friend. I do agree that Antony did not mean to intentionally turn the people…[Read more]

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    Kimbily Warner wrote a new post, Blog Post Week 3, on the site Shakespeare Abroad 3 years, 3 months ago

    A scene that I chose from Coriolanus was Act 3, Scene 3 when the people of Rome banished Coriolanus for trying to stop the war and as a rebuttal, Coriolanus gives this big speech about how he banishes them.

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    Kimbily Warner wrote a new post, Reading Response #2, on the site Shakespeare Abroad 3 years, 4 months ago

    The final scenes of “Julius Caesar” shows that Brutus and Cassius actually did care about Caesar even though they acted as though they didn’t. Cassius at the end could not take the fact that he betrayed Caesar and […]

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    Kimbily Warner commented on the post, Group One:, on the site Travel Blog 3 years, 4 months ago

    In reply to: Stella Huitz wrote a new post, Group One:, on the site Travel Blog GROUP 1 Discussion Questions: What does the opening scene say about Caesar’s leadership/ authority ? Do you think Caesar was a good leader? […] View

    5.) This scene suggests that when there is bad weather such as thunder and lighting that the gods are angry with them. When Cassius is talking to Casca he tells him that he has bared his bosom to the thunderstone. Cassius feels that the bad weather is a warning sign and it warns against the tyranny of Caesar, while Casca feels as though the bad…[Read more]

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    Kimbily Warner wrote a new post, Reading Response Week 1, on the site Shakespeare Abroad 3 years, 4 months ago

    In one of Shakespeare classic plays “Julius Cesar” leadership. Whenever certain characters deliver their monologues, you get a sense of the authority that they have over others. Rome back in the day was becoming s […]