English Literature Test Notes Essay

Submitted By Tyrese-Clarke
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High School for Public Service
English A- Block
Tyrese Clarke
Act test 1

Let no images be hung with Caesar’s trophies. I’ll about and drive away the vulgar from the streets so do you, too, where you perceive them thick. These growing feathers plucked from Caesar’s wing will make him fly an ordinary pitch, who else would soar above the view of men and keep us all in servile fearfulness This line is said in a street of Rome { 1.1 71-78} It was said by Flavius and was directed towards Murellus At the time of this speech happening is Murellus and Flavius having a conversation about Caesar Another way of saying this is “I don’t care. Make sure that nowhere, is decorated to commend Caesar. I will travel about to get peasants off the streets, you should do the same wherever there is a crowd. If we admonish Caesar’s support, he will notice himself again otherwise he’ll be in a state of mind where he’s greater than everyone. Flavius should be yelling, as giving orders

Beware the ides of March
This line is said in a public place {1.2 18}
This line is said by a soothsayer and is directed to Julius Caesar
During this line being said Caesar and Antony are having a conversation, on how to make Calpurnia be relived from a sterile curse. Being relived from the curse allows her to conceive and or have a baby.
Another way to say this is by saying “Be careful of the date March 15th"
During this phrase the soothsayer should be dressed, in raggedy clothes. Speaking in a loud obnoxious tone, waving their hands in the air.

Why, man, he doth bestride the narrow world like a Colossus, and we petty men walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonorable graves
This line was said in a street of Rome, somewhere public {1.2 135-138}
Cassius said this line in response to what Brutus said
In the time of this speech Cassius and Brutus are having a long conversation having relations to do with Caesar! It seems like Cassius is trying to change Brutus’s motives for him to do something else
Another way to put this phrase is by saying “ Why, does Caesar sprawl across the narrow world like a giant, while us small humble men follow his footsteps and look forward to dying disgracefully as servants”
During this phrase it would be nice for Cassius to be shouting to get his point across , making fist as…