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    Megs wrote a new post, Post 3, on the site Shakespeare In Rome 2 years, 9 months ago

    The scene that I chose to watch was the Act 1 scene 1 that started from lines 167. I reread this scene so it was fresh in my mind when I went to watch the video. My personal take away from this scene is that it is […]

    • I fully agree with how this is portrayed, the fact that the reader/viewer can visually view the anger of the mob helps capture the emotion involved. While reading this it is hard to feel the anger aside from the fact that they want to kill Coriolanus but now we can see the anger over everything else as well

    • Good analysis of 1.1.67 overall, just keep working on the efficiency and details of your analysis. For example, cite some specific lines, followed by the MLA parenthetical cite format (1.1.67). Then analyze what you see/hear specifically in the line or lines. As you start a new subtopic, break to a new paragraph for maximum impact and structure. That will increase the power of even a short analysis.

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    Megs wrote a new post, Post 2, on the site Shakespeare In Rome 2 years, 10 months ago

     

    “The complexity of Shakespeare’s dramatic language begins with the titles of his plays, which describe but cannot fully contain the expository and thematic material of their plays (Lopez).” I have one big qu […]

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    Megs commented on the post, Group Two:, on the site Travel Blog 2 years, 10 months ago

    In reply to: Stella Huitz wrote a new post, Group Two:, on the site Travel Blog GROUP 2 Discussion Questions: Why do you think Brutus starts to take lead of Caesar’s assassination despite his relationship with Caesar? […] View

    1. I think he feels that what he is doing is the right thing to do for the Roman Empire and because of that he decides to take the lead. Cassius was able to convince him that this was the right thing to do. Being a “bad” person is subjective and what you think makes a bad person. I think anyone who wants to kill someone else makes a bad person. I…[Read more]

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    Megs wrote a new post, Post 1, on the site Shakespeare In Rome 2 years, 10 months ago

    Leadership plays a key part role in Julius Caesar. The reason why they want to kill Julius Caesar is because they are afraid of what kind of leader he is going to become. They know right now the type of person he […]

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