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kirstine110
2017-08-17 14:40:30
How do the interactions between major and minor characters in act 4 develop the plot of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar? The audience learns about the assassination plot against Caesar and the role each major character will play in the assassination. The audience learns about the soothsayer’s prophecy and Calpurnia’s dream, both of which are meant to protect Caesar from the assassination plot. The audience learns about the effects of Mark Antony’s and Brutus’ funeral speeches and the effects they had on the people. The audience learns about the trouble within the Second Triumvirate, the breakdown of Brutus and Cassius’ friendship, and Octavius’ troops being strong and ready to fight Brutus’ army.
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Juliaromero2613
2017-08-17 18:58:23

I believe that the answer to this would be the last option. "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" is actually a play that was written by William Shakespeare and based on the interactions between the minor and the major characters in Act IV, this develops the plot by letting the audience learn about the trouble within the Second Triumvirate. Hope this helps.

iloveu
2017-08-17 18:59:38

The answer is D. it tells the audience that a battle will occur.

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