Julius Caesar

In the rising action of Act II, describe how Shakespeare creates and builds suspense during scenes 3 and 4. what questions are you left with as the second act of this tragedy ends?

The Tragedy of Julis Caesar 

Act II 

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The most important question we're left with at the end of the Scene IV is whether or not the men will succeed in their plan to assassinate Caesar. The omens lend a sense of foreboding, but that foreboding only truly succeeds because we know Caesar's life is in danger.


Julius Caesar