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Name: Desirae Krut Date: 4/22/20 Facilitator: Ms. Piner School: HHS 10.04 The Ides of March Part A Directions: Complete the chart below based on Poynter’s painting and Shakespeare’s play. Genre Similarities Differences Symbolic Elements Mood / Tone Theme Textual Evidence Edward John Poynter’s painting “The Ides of March” Relays the same interaction that occurred between Caesar and Calphurnia but in the form of a painting. The message to Caesar remains the same. Painting Created at different times Image Illumination utilized in the painting- The sky glows with the passing comet but the interior is lit by a single lamp that reflects from the walls and floor Sombre/Gloomy Beware of the Ides of March Manhood and Honor Logic and Language Public vs. Private Politics vs Morality Fate vs. Free Will Caesar’s wife Calphurnia tells him that he should take the comet that they see as a warning and to stay away from the Senate on the Ides of March.

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