What are two adjectives that describe Cassius from Julius Caesar?
Caesar has two: "lean and hungry"
Lean, hungry, jealous, ambitious, crafty, hard-headed, corrupt.
ambitious devoted benevolent
Fearful and cautious
The antagonist in Julius Caesar is Cassius.
Cassius has a beef with Julius Caesar, the dictator of Rome, and he is trying to recruit like-minded souls like Brutus and Casca to his cause. The conflict we see in Act 1 is between Cassius and Caesar.
Cassius is one of the murderers of Julius Caesar, one of the leaders of the conspiracy, and one of Brutus's in-laws.
Cassius was not Caesar. Cassius wanted to kill Caesar for jealousy and some other issues.
No. Cassius is the name of one of the conspirators. His full name is Caius Cassius. He was the brains behind the conspiracy. Julius Caesar's full name in real life was Gaius Julius Caesar, but in the play he's just called Julius Caesar.
Their full names are Marcus Junius Brutus ("Brutus"), Gaius Cassius Longinus ("Cassius") and Gaius Julius Caesar ("Caesar"). Cassius was married to Junia, half-sister of Brutus. Cassius and Brutus were the leaders of the conspiracy to assassinate Caesar
His name is Caius Cassius... !!
The conspirators, such as Brutus and Cassius. Especially Cassius.
Brutus Cassius Portia Titinius Julius Caesar
Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus were the leaders of the conspirators who assassinated Julius Caesar.
Julius Caesar, Brutus, Cassius, Octavius, Mark Anthony
Back Against The Wall by Cage The Elephant could describe Caesar and Bruttus Viva La Vida - ColdPlay also 4 Caesar All Hail Caesar - AC/DC could describe Caesar and the conspirators Songs about manipulation or greed for Cassius
Proud and arrogant, but also shrewd. He spots Cassius as a source of trouble.
Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junus Brutus stabbed Julius Caesar.
Cassius was accepting bribes.
In Act 4 scene 3 of Julius Caesar Brutus and Cassius get into a argument. Brutus instigated the argument when he saw Cassius attempt to steal, feeling the motives for murdering Caesar was misconstrued.
Cassius and Brutus
Characters such as Mark Antony, Julius Caesar, Brutus, Cassius, and Julius's sun what's - his - name are key to the play Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar was killed in the senate, on the Ides of March. He was killed by Brutus and Cassius.
Julius, Calpurnia, Brutus, and Cassius
Cassius a ruthless manipulator. Caesar says of him, "Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much: such men are dangerous." (I. ii. 190-195)
Cassius had his own selfish motives to kill Julius Caesar and did not have Roman welfare on his mind. He had quoted an incident in Scene 1 where by he tells about his upperhand on Julius Caesar. He tells that once Caesar challenged him to swim across storming Tiber. Cassius, in an instant, jumped in the waters bading with his lusty sinews. But, Caesar himself could not swim and was helped by Cassius to reach… Read More
Brutus and Cassius
Titinius was a good friend of Cassius
Brutus charged Cassius with soliciting money off of people.
Cassius is the husband of Brutus' sister. So, he is his brother-in-law.
A Character in the play "A Tragedy Of Julius Caesar" who starts a conspiracy against Caesar.
The cast of Julius Caesar - 1966 includes: Peter Donat as Marc Antony Budd Knapp as Julius Caesar Chris Wiggins as Cassius
Cassius, Marcus Brutus, Casca, Cinna, Decius Brutus, Metellus Cimber, Trebonious, Caius, and Ligarus are the conspirators again Julius Caesar in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
There were several conspirators against Julius Caesar. They included Brutus, Casca, Ligarius, Cassius, and Cinnia. Casca was the one who stabbed Caesar first.
More then 60 people were in the conspiarcy, and cassius and brutus led the assasination
Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of senators. The leaders of the conspiracy were Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger and Gaius Cassius Longinus.
Popilius Lena wished good luck to Cassius when they were heading towards the Capitol to kill Julius Caesar.
He killed himself, didn't he.
Cassius and Brutus.
They murdered him
brutus, cassius, casca, cinna
Brutus and Cassius.
Cassius. He hath a lean and hungry look.
He killed himself with his sword.
He ran out of salad.
Caesar vs. Cassius
Cassius hoped that Brutus, who was a man of impeccable integrity and who was close to Caesar, would lend legitimacy to their movement.