Table of Contents
- 1 What events does Casca say will take place the day after the events in Scene 3?
- 2 What happens in Act 3 Scene 3 Caesar?
- 3 Who said I will this night in several hands?
- 4 Whose servant arrives at the end of Act 3 Scene 1 and announces that I will be in Rome soon?
- 5 What happens in Act 3 Scene 3 of Macbeth?
- 6 What does Casca say the Senate is planning to do tomorrow?
- 7 What does Cassius say to Casca in Act 1 Scene 3?
- 8 What does Casca say happened to the men on fire?
What events does Casca say will take place the day after the events in Scene 3?
What event does Casca say will take place the day after the events in Scene 3? He says that Caesar will not be a fit leader and that fights will arise. Whom do Cassius, Casca, and Cinna want to help them with their plot?
What happens at the end of Act 3 Scene 1 of Julius Caesar?
Casca stabs him first, and the other conspirators follow, last of all Brutus. Caesar dies, shocked. The conspirators discuss the need to address the Roman people, and Brutus and Cassius try to justify to the others what they just did. Cassius remarks on how their act may become legendary in the future.
What happens in Act 3 Scene 3 Caesar?
A poet named Cinna is confronted by a group of conspirators asking questions. He attempts to answer them wittily, but they become angry and decide to kill him because he has the same name as one of the conspirators, although he protests that he is not the same man.
What meaning does Casca interpret from the events that took place during the storm?
Casca interpreta that the storm means that their time is coming and everyone should take action. On whom does Cassius blame Caesar’s power? He blames the weak people for Caesar’s power.
Who said I will this night in several hands?
328, Cassius says that he will throw writings “in several hands” in Brutus’s window; we would say “in different handwritings.” At 1.2. 171, Brutus says “I am nothing jealous” where we might say “I have no doubt.” Such words, too, will become familiar as you continue to read Shakespeare’s language.
Who is Casca Julius Caesar?
Publius Servilius Casca Longus (died c. 42 BC) was one of the assassins of Julius Caesar. He and several other senators conspired to kill him, a plan which they carried out on 15 March, 44 BC. Afterwards, Casca fought with the liberators during the Liberators’ civil war.
Whose servant arrives at the end of Act 3 Scene 1 and announces that I will be in Rome soon?
Trebonius is the only conspirator who did NOT stab Caesar. My servant arrives at the end of Act III, scene i and announces that I will be in Rome soon.
How does Antony say that Caesar died?
The plebeians call the conspirators traitors and demand that Antony read the will. Looking at the body, Antony points out the wounds that Brutus and Cassius inflicted, reminding the crowd how Caesar loved Brutus, and yet Brutus stabbed him viciously. He tells how Caesar died and blood ran down the steps of the Senate.
What happens in Act 3 Scene 3 of Macbeth?
Summary: Act 3, scene 3 The murderers kill Banquo, who dies urging his son to flee and to avenge his death. One of the murderers extinguishes the torch, and in the darkness Fleance escapes. The murderers leave with Banquo’s body to find Macbeth and tell him what has happened.
What happens in Act 3 Scene 3 and what is the purpose of the scene?
Cinna the poet is on his way to attend Caesar’s funeral when he is accosted by a group of riotous citizens who demand to know who he is and where he is going. He tells them that his name is Cinna and his destination is Caesar’s funeral.
What does Casca say the Senate is planning to do tomorrow?
Act 1 Scene 3: According to Casca, what are the senators planning to do to Caesar tomorrow? They are planning to crown him king.
How does Casca explain these unusual events?
Why does Casca think these unusual things are happening? The gods are either at war or are trying to destroy the world. He says the gods are warning Romans against Caesar.
What does Cassius say to Casca in Act 1 Scene 3?
Julius Caesar Act 1, scene 3 Summary & Analysis. Casca tells him he’s unwise to tempt the Gods. Cassius says if Casca were a true, brave Roman, he’d understand that these omens are warnings about a certain man who, although he seems imposing, need not be feared because he’s no mightier than they. Casca guesses he means Caesar .
What rumor does Casca reveal to Cassius?
Casca reveals a rumor he has heard to Cassius. ‘Indeed,’ Casca says, ‘they say the senators tomorrow/Mean to establish Caesar as a king.’ Cassius says he will kill himself rather than live under a tyrant’s rule, and Casca agrees. Cassius lays the blame for the situation on the citizens who are so easily fooled by Caesar’s showmanship.
What does Casca say happened to the men on fire?
Many others have seen men on fire walking in the streets, and an owl, a nocturnal bird, was seen sitting out in the marketplace during the day. When so many abnormal events happen at once, Casca declares, no one could possibly believe that they are natural occurrences.
What does Casca say he saw near the Capitol?
Casca relates that he saw a man with his hands on fire, and yet his flesh was not burning. He describes meeting a lion near the Capitol: bizarrely, the lion ignored him and walked on. Many others have seen men on fire walking in the streets, and an owl, a nocturnal bird, was seen sitting out in the marketplace during the day.