The annotated version of Act III, Scene II of Julius Caesar is aligned with the Common Core emphases on how and why author's use specific rhetorical devices and argumentative appeals to enhance the meaning of the text and develop the characters and themes. The marginal notes for these critical monologues by Mark Antony and Brutus over Caesar's body, are detailed explanations of the appeals and literary and rhetorical devices that highlight this essential dramatic literature selection. The annotated text is an excellent tool for teachers to help them teach students to conduct guided reading, make marginal notes as they read, and it will help teachers to perform a close read of the scene.
Rhetorical and Argumentative Appeal Analysis of the Funeral Scene in Julius Caesar
by Dr. Joel Boyce
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