How has Shakespeare show Anthony’s reaction to Caesar’s murder?
Shakespeare is trying to show that Mark Anthony is annoyed about the death of Caesar and that he is trying to show the conspirisers that he is not bothered and that he wants to help them but deep down he wants to kill all of them because Caesar was like an older brother to them and Caesar was about to the ruler of Rome but they took that away from him. Furthermore Caesar could have given the throne to Antony after he had passed away or maybe when he gets to old.
The causes of global warming
Water vapor. The most abundant greenhouse gas, but importantly, it acts as a feedback to the climate.Water vapor increases as the Earth’s atmosphere warms, but so does the possibility of clouds and precipitation, making these some of the most important feedback mechanisms to the greenhouse effect.
Nitrous oxide. A powerful greenhouse gas produced by soil cultivation practices, especially the use of commercial and organic fertilizers, fossil fuel combustion, nitric acid production, and biomass burning.
The effects of global warming
The planet is warming, from North Pole to South Pole, and everywhere in between. Globally, the mercury is already up more than 1 degree Fahrenheit (0.8 degree Celsius), and even more in sensitive polar regions. And the effects of rising temperatures aren’t waiting for some far-flung future. They’re happening right now. Signs are appearing all over, and some of them are surprising. The heat is not only melting glaciers and sea ice, it’s also shifting precipitation patterns and setting animals on the move.
Ice is melting worldwide, especially at the Earth’s poles. This includes mountain glaciers, ice sheets covering West Antarctica and Greenland, and Arctic sea ice.
Sea level rise became faster over the last century.
The responses of global warming
Emissions of greenhouse gases have a global impact, unlike some other forms of pollution. Whether they are emitted in Asia, Africa, Europe, or the Americas, they rapidly disperse evenly across the globe. This is one reason why efforts to address climate change have been through international collaboration and agreement.
By 2012, developed countries would reduce their collective emissions by 5.2% from 1990 levels, each country being committed to a particular figure.
The emissions covered by the Protocol are not only carbon dioxide, but also methane, nitrous oxide, hydro fluorocarbons, per fluorocarbons and sulfur hexa fluoride.
These commitments would be reckoned on a net basis, considering sinks as well as sources, and each country must credibly measure its contribution and meet its commitment.
Countries may fulfill their commitments jointly (such as with regional agreements) and they may improve the efficiency of compliance through “flexibility mechanisms”
This lesson will summarize Act V, Scene 5 of ”Julius Caesar”. This scene is best known for Brutus’s death and it is the final scene in the play. In this scene, Brutus reminds us of his honorable nature and Marc Antony and Octavius vow to respect his remains, but we are not told what the future holds for our other characters.
Brutus’s death is the stereotypical Shakespearean death. We often see parodies of the dramatic deaths of Shakespearean characters in comedy acts, such as Monty Python skits. The character falls upon the sword held by another character so that he can die a noble death. This often leaves us wondering why it was so appealing to die honorably. In William Shakespeare’s, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Brutus’s character must die nobly or it would contradict his most prominent character trait.
Act 4 scene 3 is set in a camp (Brutus’s tent) where Brutus is having an argument with Cassius. Brutus
the starts to insult Cassius saying How his threats are not scary.”there is no fear in your threats Cassius” this is the quotation where Brutus says that there is nothing to be scared of in his threats. I think that Brutus is starting to turn into Caesar but not the way he looks the way that he acts and speaks toward his close friends
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