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Lecture 3

Lecture 3 Notes

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Rebecca Wiseman

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Lecture 3 1 Strategies of PersuasionSuperstition and fate The technique of gradual release 44 BCJulius Caesars assassination o Republic was democraticCaesar took on more power o People became nervous with this growing power over republic democracy so he was killedPlutarch 1599 was Shakespeares sourceJulius Caesar was probably the first play performed in the Globe which was burnt in 1614Plutarch had the idea that the lower class couldntreally change the society Great Man theoryThe play is not just about Rome but also about Early Modern EnglandBrutus cares about Caesar but he puts personal feelings aside to take care of the societyat the same time he kills his friendis he good or badGradual releaseas we read we learn more about characters which changes our opinions about thenIs Brutus morally justifiablePersuasion o Aristotle had 3 modes of persuasionLogoslogical appealEthosappeal based on personal credibilityPathosemotional appeal y The strategies by which you can try to change someones mind11they use ethical appealfrom a
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