Julius Caesar

Act One Scene Three

1. What is the weather like at the opening of this scene? How does this contribute to the mood?

Why is this mood significant?

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The weather really sets the mood and foreshadows the chaos that is to come. Shakespeare uses this weather motif in many of his other plays like Macbeth. The weather is stormy, windy, and dark. Caesar will be killed and the audience can feel it.