Julius Caesar

Describe Cassius' reaction to the storm. Why does he behave in this fashion? What does he think is the cause of the storm? (lines 49-82, pp. 39-41).

Act one and scene 3

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Casca is frightened of the storm . He feels that the storm is an ominous warning from the Gods that they are unhappy about their plotting. Cassius, however, sees the storm as a symbol of Caesar's growing power. Cassius interprets the storm as a call to action: a message from the Gods that Caesar must be dispatched of.