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lesson 13
1 hour

Conflicting Interpretations of Caesar's Death


In this lesson, students read Act 3.1, lines 231–301, focusing their analysis on Antony’s soliloquy. Students consider the different ways in which Antony and Brutus interpret Caesar’s death and the events leading up to it. Students consider the ways in which these conflicting interpretations of events drive the action of the play.


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