How many scenes are in Act 5 of Julius Caesar?
The Battle of Philippi:
The Battle of Philippi is the historical battle represented at the end of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. However, while the play is a single battle, this is actually an elision of two historical conflicts that took place on October 3 and 23, in 42 BC. Historically, Brutus committed suicide at the close of the battle on October 23.
Answer and Explanation:
Act V of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is the longest act of the play, with five scenes. This act strongly resembles the now-iconic Act III major battle...
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fromChapter 11 / Lesson 17
Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar' is a historical tragedy based on the life and death of the Roman emperor, Julius Caesar. Delve into the characters in 'Julius Caesar,' including Caesar himself, Mark Antony, Calpurnia, Brutus, and Cassius; learn about their roles in the play, and analyze their primary character traits.