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Name: Date: Facilitator: School: 10.03 Characterization Directions: Fill in the chart below with evidence from each soliloquy that leads to an inference about the character. Write commentary explaining how the highlighted characterization from the evidence leads to your inference. You must have at least three inferences for each speech with one paragraph for your commentary. Remember, evidence is the quote from the text. Your inference is the act of examining the speech in order to determine what it means or what message it is trying to convey. Your commentary is where you put it all together. Use your background knowledge with textual clues to discuss your inferences made. Evidence Inference Commentary Brutus:
But for the general. He would be crowned: How that might change his nature, there’s the question.
That at his will he may do danger with.

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