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FOLGER Shakespeare Library: the world's leading center for Shakespeare studies. Each edition includes: - Freshly edited text based on the best early printed version of the play - Full explanatory notes conveniently placed on pages facing the text of the play - Scene-by-scene plot summaries - A key to famous lines and phrases - An introduction to reading Shakespeare's language - An essay by a leading Shakespeare scholar providing a modern perspective on the play - Illustrations from the Folger Shakespeare
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. vii|
|Map: Plan of Caesar's Rome||p. viii|
|Map: Detail of Forum Area||p. ix|
|A Note on the Text||p. xlvii|
|The Text of Julius Caesar||p. 1|
|Sources and Contexts||p. 83|
|Plutarch: From The Life of Julius Caesar||p. 85|
|Plutarch: From The Life of Marcus Brutus||p. 101|
|Plutarch: From The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero||p. 115|
|Possible Sources||p. 119|
|Appian of Alexandria: From The Civil Wars||p. 119|
|Suetonius: From The Historie of Twelve Caesars||p. 122|
|From The Boke Named the Governour||p. 128|
|From The Mirror for Magistrates||p. 130|
|Shakespeare and Roman History||p. 137|
|From Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Romans||p. 137|
|Shaping a Narrative||p. 147|
|[Caesar in Literary Tradition]||p. 147|
|Early Commentary||p. 155|
|From The Works of William Shakespeare||p. 155|
|From Shakespeare in the Theatre||p. 155|
|Front Unsigned Essay on Julius Caesar||p. 158|
|[Julius Caesar]||p. 162|
|Modern Commentary||p. 171|
|From Historical Tragedy||p. 171|
|[Love and Honor]||p. 181|
|From Caesar's Ambiguous End||p. 199|
|[Rhetoric, Poetry, Republic]||p. 211|
|[Assassination and Mob Violence]||p. 214|
|Performance History||p. 221|
|From Shakespeare's Theater of Presence||p. 223|
|From Brutus in Julius Caesar||p. 232|
|From Shakespeare in Hollywood, 1929-1956||p. 241|
|Film and Audiorecording Bibliography||p. 245|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 247|
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