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10.04 The Ides of MarchName:Timiyah Smith-WashingtonDate: 12/09Facilitator:Susan NelsonSchool:GSHSPart ADirections: Complete the chart below based on Poynter’s painting and Shakespeare’s play.GenreSimilaritiesDifferencesSymbolicElementsMood / ToneThemeTextualEvidenceEdward John Poynter’spaintingThis large, sombre painting illustrates Act II, Scene ii, ofIt is anillustration of Act II, scene 2of Shakespeare'sThe line is the soothsayer's message to Julius Caesar, warning of hisdeath. The Ides of March didn't signify anythingspecial in itself his was just the usual way of saying "March 15th"On the eve of the Ides ofMarch a storm is raging inTruthfully,in Roman times, the expression"Ides of March"A soothsayer bidsyou beware the ides of March.The“The Ides of March”Julius Caesarwhen Caesar's wife Calphurnia'Julius Caesar'.Calphurnia,Caesar's wife, isRome (Act I,Scene 3). It's a storm unlike anydid not evoke asense of foreboding it was simply theides of January,for example, is the thirteenth;employers him toseen imploringother. Fire fallsway to say "Marchthe ides oftake the comethim not to go tofrom the skies,15." You might thinkMarch, May, Julythey see as athe senate-bodiesthat such a fancifuland October isportent and to