Hi guysssss after reading up until act three, i had one curious question. What part from the play do you like the most?
To me, I like the part where Antony gives his speech in Caesar's funeral, and the citizens changing their minds to rebel. This was my favorite part because I was very impressed at how Antony changed so many people's minds with just a few minutes of speech. Because of Antony, the citizens killed Cinna and we predict that the citizens will kill more.
So, what is your favorite part in the play and why??
Actually my favorite part is also when Anthony speaks to citizens about Caesar and turns them against Brutus. Its really impressive on how well of public speaker he is. Easily persuaded so many citizens to join his side. It was really annoying though on how they change.
My favorite part is when Caesar and Calpurnia are talking. He said that And, for thy humour, I will stay at home. I thought he is heartless person but sometimes he is kind. When I saw the part, I was smailing in spite of myself.
My favorite part in this play is when the soothsayer says to Caesar to beware of the ides of March, because this part foreshadows when Caesar is going to die. Also, Caesar's ignorance led to his death, which if he listened to the soothsayer, he would not have died.
My favorite part of the play is when Caesar talks to his wife, Calpurnia and struggles between his private and public self. He pretends that he does not fear death for his ambition of power and blames his wife in front of Decius (he actually wanted to listen to her i guess). This scene made me to think Caesar is a jerk.
My favorite part of the play is when I imagined Portia stabbing herself while she was talking to Brutus. This scene was quite hilarious because like Ms. Boyd said that Portia was talking to her husband, Brutus, in kind of angry tone and stabbed herself in the thigh. It's quite funny when I imagined the actress actually acting this part.
Yeah.. I kinda agree with you,, the part where antony gives a speech was pretty cool... I mean, that was the scene i found that antony is actually a really loyal guy and a smart guy..that was pretty cooll... Also, the part where caesar denies the crown mustve been a fun part to watch if it was a movie,, because we get to see his outer face expression.. The expression that showed by his internal conflictt.. It wouldve beenn fun
My favorite part is where, Portia proves herself and to Brutus how strong she is and that if she could stand the pain where she stabbed herself. in the inside i was thinking "yeah go girl!" haha Because i really dont get why men think or used to think that women were weak and can do nothing but house work.
My favorite part so far is also when Brutus and Antony give their speeches. This is the most important part of the play where the great outcome of Caesar's death begins to appear. People start to riot and go against their senators. Also, seeing how easy it was for both of them to persuade the people was interesting too. Their choices of words and the formula of them seemed to extract the exact reaction they wanted from the crowd.
I think most of us have similar favorite parts. Well, I personally didn't really like the speech part where Brutus and Mark Antony give the speech to citizens. It's just because I hate long lines and soliloquy and monologue. It bores me easily. But if I watched the play, maybe it would be different. Anyway, my favorite part was... death of Julius Caesar.
I liked this part since this play was called Julius Caesar and whole thing, like wars, starts after his death, and wars are interesting! I was waiting for his death from the beginning, waiting for climax. But after his death, there was long long monologues, which I don't like. Anyway, I think something interesting will happen soon. So I wanted Julius Caesar to die early so that story lines become more interesting.
My favorite part was when Caesar got killed because it teaches me that, even though you might have lots of power, supporters, and money, we always have to be aware of death and always live like we're dying.