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When Lucius has gone, Brutus speaks one of the most important and controversial soliloquies in the play. He says that he has "no personal cause to spurn at" Caesar Part B Directions: In one well-written paragraph, compare Poynter’s artwork to Shakespeare’s play. Include the title of the artwork, and attempt to answer some of the following questions: What similarities are there between the two works? What are the differences? Are there symbolic elements in the artwork that refer to the text? Explain. What elements of the text are reflected in the art–mood, tone, theme, etc.? Explain. Provide textual evidence when discussing the text.
strong and consistent argument. Some of the examples of unifying categories are those based on generic titles such as heroes and villains, or characteristics such as brash, charming, and timid.

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