Table of Contents
- 1 What story does Casca relate to Brutus Caesar?
- 2 Why is Casca important in Julius Caesar?
- 3 What is Cassius saying about Brutus behavior lately and what is Brutus response?
- 4 What important news does Casca tell Cassius?
- 5 What is Cassius manipulating Casca into doing?
- 6 What does Cassius say to Brutus about Caesar?
- 7 Why does Cassius and Casca hate Caesar so much?
- 8 What does Cassius mean by “Brutus will start a spirit as soon as Caesar?
What story does Casca relate to Brutus Caesar?
What story does Casca relate to Brutus and Cassius? Casca relates the story of Caesar refusing the crown 3 times. Casca’s personal comments indicate that he thinks Caesar is ridiculous. Casca sees through Caesar’s “act.” Casca thinks and says that Caesar is playing to the crowd, common people.
Why is Casca important in Julius Caesar?
Casca is a memorable character in William Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’ because he witnesses the spectacle in the streets when Caesar returns to Rome from a victorious battle. Casca knows that Caesar is ambitious and that his refusal of the crown is a sham.
What information does Casca relate to Caesar?
Brutus and Cassius ask Casca what happened at the parade. Casca relays that Caesar, strangely, refused the crown Antony offered three times. The crowd cheered his refusals.
What does Casca say about Brutus?
Casca comments that the noble Brutus’s participation in their plot will bring worthiness to their schemes, for “he sits high in all the people’s hearts, / And that which would appear offence in us / His countenance, like richest alchemy, / Will change to virtue and to worthiness” (I.
What is Cassius saying about Brutus behavior lately and what is Brutus response?
Cassius says that Brutus has not been himself lately. Brutus replies that he has been plagued with conflicting thoughts, but he assures Cassius that he will not let his thoughts interfere witht their friendship.
What important news does Casca tell Cassius?
What important news does Casca give Cassius about the Senates plan? Casca tells Caesar that the senate is planning on giving him absolute power, the Conspirators need to act quickly because once he is in power, he will be much harder to kill.
Is Casca a Cassius?
Friend of Cassius, Casca is a Roman senator who has seen extraordinary sights in the night. He criticizes Caesar with Cassius and agrees to take part in his scheme. Architect of the plot against Caesar, Cassius meets with other conspirators and plots to win over Brutus.
How does Cassius manipulate Casca?
Cassius pretends to be surprised about revealing so much in front of Casca, who he suggests might like being Caesar’s stupidstooge. Casca takes the bait and pledges not to tattle. More important, he pledges to join in on the conspiracy to kill Caesar.
What is Cassius manipulating Casca into doing?
What does Cassius say to Brutus about Caesar?
Cassius reminds Brutus that Caesar is merely a mortal like them, with ordinary human weaknesses, and he says that he would rather die than see such a man become his master. He reminds Brutus of Brutus’ noble ancestry and of the expectations of his fellow Romans that he will serve his country as his ancestors did.
What do Cassius and Casca fear Scene 3?
Casca is terrified by the storm that opens Act 1 Scene 3. He says “never till tonight, never till now, / Did I go through a tempest dropping fire”(9-10). He imagines there must be “civil strife” in heaven to produce such a storm.
How did Cassius manipulate Casca?
Why does Cassius and Casca hate Caesar so much?
It is Cassius’ and Casca’s belief that Caesar wants to make himself king of Rome. Caasca’s report is filled with sarcasm and loathing. Casca tells the events that occurred following the races. Antony offered Caesar the crown three times and watched as Caesar denied it all three times, although each time a little more gently than the last.
What does Cassius mean by “Brutus will start a spirit as soon as Caesar?
What does Cassius mean by the following statement “Brutus will starta spirit as soon as ‘Caesar’” (147) “Cast spells with them, and Brutus will call up a ghost as well as Caesar.” (It means that Brutus is just as good as Caesar.) How does Brutus respond to Cassius’s attack on Caesar?
What news does Casca report to Cassius?
Casca reports to Cassius that the senators plan to make Caesar king in the Senate the following day. Cassius draws his dagger and swears to the gods that if they can make a weak man like Caesar so powerful, then they can empower Cassius to defeat a tyrant.
How does Casca describe Caesar’s epileptic fits?
Caasca’s report is filled with sarcasm and loathing. Casca tells the events that occurred following the races. Antony offered Caesar the crown three times and watched as Caesar denied it all three times, although each time a little more gently than the last. Following this excitement, Caesar had one of his epileptic fits in front of everybody.