Well.. I just finished reading act 4 and 5. It's a minor part but I really liked it when Octavius and Antony, Cassius and Brutus were having a quarrel. They were using metaphors of bees and their buzzes and their traits to emphasize the other side's wrong doings. I thought it was really funny. I liked it because all they comments were so witty and didn't seem offensive at all but they actually were.
Post by ExtremelyExtremeExtremist on Mar 10, 2013 8:22:05 GMT -5
My favorite part is when Antony gave a speech to citizens. I was happy to see that citizens averting from Brutus¡¯s idea of saving Rome and rebelling against the conspirators. I was impressed with Antony¡¯s rhetoric where he used citizens¡¯ characteristics.
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Post by jooyoungpark on Mar 11, 2013 5:35:59 GMT -5
I mean there are alot of great parts hinting great things and having great themes related to them, and out of all the examples. However, I think the best part for me was Caesar's death. Just because for such a high man and a person who is viewed so strong for himto die in one single line was funny. It was more funny since he always thinks so mighty of himself.
Post by nadiraamalina on Mar 21, 2013 6:33:20 GMT -5
I really liked the speech that Antony gave when he was alone with Caesar's corpse. It was the moment where his character was given depth, and i LOVED that moment because at this point Antony is my favorite character in the play because of his Chessmaster-y-ness. Also, later in the play, the characters gave call backs to this monologue, so even they acknowledge it's awesomeness.
For me, my favorite part of the play was when Antony planned out throughout Act 3 how to defeat the conspirators by getting more support from the citizens. It was so amazing that Antony was politically clever because he planned out the things how to manipulate people's minds through his speech at Caesar's funeral in a short. I would also say that Antony was a good actor because he pretended to support the conspirators.
My favorite part, like other people, is the part where Caesar gets killed. I thought while i was reading, i thought now, their would be no more dictatorship and war, so i was glad...but then as i read farther, i was wrong.