In which scene of Julius Caesar does Cassius kill himself?
William Shakespeare's historical tragedy Julius Caesar describes the assassination of the Roman emperor Julius Caesar at the hands of the Roman Senate. Caesar is warned about his coming death, but he refuses to believe the seer who tries to save him. After Caesar dies, two political factions fight for control of Rome.
Answer and Explanation:
Cassius commits suicide in Act V, scene 3. He believes that his capture is imminent, and he does not want to face torture and execution at the hands...
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Learn about Cassius in ''Julius Caesar'' by William Shakespeare with analysis and traits. Discover one of the main conspirators of the tragedy of the play.