Julius Caesar  6802

This work contains the following individual pieces:

Locations in Harold's Library

Holdings which refer to this drama

  1. Clemency, Will, and Just Cause in Julius Caesar (essay)
  2. The Eroticism of Julius Caesar (essay)
  3. The Torch of Life: An Essay on Julius Caesar (essay)
  4. Brutus and Macbeth (essay)
  5. Prefaces to Shakespeare: King Lear, Cymbeline, Julius Caesar (book)
  6. The watch on the centurion’s wrist (chapter)
  7. Julius Caesar and Me (book) • On playing Brutus in the RSC's 2012 production, directed by Gregory Doran
  8. Avon to Aldwych: Peter Roberts reviews Much Ado About Nothing and Julius Caesar (RSC) (review)
  9. Eight Tragedies of Shakespeare: A Marxist Study (book)
  10. Shakespeare: The Poet and His Plays (book) • Covered in chapter "Tragedies of Rome and Elsinore"
  11. Speaking Shakespeare (book) • excerpted speech and analysis
  12. Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human (book) • in chapter 3 "The Apprentice Tragedies"
  13. Prefaces to Shakespeare: Julius Caesar (book)
  14. 100 Shakespeare Films (book) • p69 • synopsis, plus films by Bradley, Mankiewicz and Burge
  15. Shakespeare: Staging the World (book) • p118 • Chapter 4: 'Beware the Ides of March' - The Legacy of Rome
  16. Shakespeare in Perspective (Volume 1) (book) • p58 • Commentaries by Jonathan Dimbleby and Ronald Pickup
  17. No Rome of Safety: The Royal Shakespeare Season 1972 (essay)
  18. Shakespeare’s Language (book) • p85
  19. Guilt and Justice in Shakespeare (essay) • Guilt and innocence in Julius Caesar

Other works with this as their source

Images of this drama

  1. Craig’s 1905 sketch for Julius Caesar (image)
  2. Julius Caesar 1874 Berlin. The forum scene as staged by Saxe-Meiningen. (image)
  3. Julius Caesar 1928 Warsaw. Antony enraging the crowd. (image)
  4. Julius Caesar 1928 Warsaw. Expressionist lighting and pantomime movement for the storm. (image)
  5. Julius Caesar 1928 Warsaw. The battle at Philippi as if by Uccello. (image)
  6. Julius Caesar 1936 Prague. Caesar before his image. (image)
  7. Julius Caesar 1936 Prague. Surreal colossus. (image)
  8. Julius Caesar 1936 Prague. Tröster’s design for the murder of Cinna. (image)
  9. Julius Caesar 1937 New York. The “Nuremberg” effect. (image)
  10. Julius Caesar 1937 New York. Welles’ bare brick wall and slanted light. (image)
  11. Julius Caesar 1997 Cesena. An anorexic warrior at the end of the world. (image)
  12. Julius Caesar 1997 Cesena. Antony and horse for Caesar’s funeral. (image)
  13. Julius Caesar 1997 Cesena. Brutus and Cassius among the ruins of civilisation. (image)
  14. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre 1948-50 (book)

This work has the following connections with other works:

  • To the Londoners • Akhmatova: "it is better to read Hamlet ... by the molten lead river."

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