Analysis of Antony's Speech

Analysis of - WR100 L1 Analysis of Antony's Speech Is He Ambitious After Julius Caesar is assassinated by men of his own senate Antony gives a

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September 20, 2007 WR100 L1 Analysis of Antony's Speech Is He Ambitious? After Julius Caesar is assassinated by men of his own senate, Antony gives a speech regarding the ruler’s death to all countrymen. Antony gives the speech without preparing before hand and still does a stellar job. This speech taken from Arden Shakespeare’s, Julius Caesar is one of the most recognized speeches today, even though it is completely fictional. The words, “ Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears,” is one of the most known phrases of all time. Before the speech, Antony pretends to understand the conspirator’s concerns to protect himself from death. Originally, the conspirators did not want Antony to speak to the public because they were not sure that Antony was on their side but he then tricked them into believing that he was. Antony does not support the death of Caesar and does not believe it was justified. The people of the city are shocked at the death of their leader and do not know how to
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course WR 150 taught by Professor Bozek during the Fall '08 term at BU.

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