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Julius caesar

Classic tale of the two assasins, Brutus and Cassius, who plot to kill their leader, Julius Caesar.

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  • "Adventures in appreciation"@en
  • "Scenes from Julius Caesar"@en
  • "Fully-dramatized recording of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar"
  • "Julius Caesar"
  • "William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar"
  • "Orson Welles and members of the Mercury Theatre in a phonograph version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar"
  • "Caesar"
  • "Tragedy of Julius Caesar (Mercury Theatre version)"

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  • "Classic tale of the two assasins, Brutus and Cassius, who plot to kill their leader, Julius Caesar."@en
  • "The skies over ancient Rome blaze with terrifying portents, and soothsayers warn Julius Caesar of approaching doom. This is the classic play by Shakespeare."@en
  • "An audio production of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar."
  • "A Shakespeare Society production; a complete play in five acts. Features a unique cover illustration by Maurice Sendak (Where the wild things are), specially commissioned for this work. An introductory essay by Harvard scholar Harold Bloom accompanies this program."@en
  • "Gerard Murphy, Stella Gonet, Nicholas Farrell and Samantha Bond star in Shakespeare's powerful and turbulent Roman history. BBC radio has a unique heritage when it comes to Shakespeare. Since 1923, when the newly formed company broadcast its first full-length play, generations of actors and producers have honed and perfected the craft of making Shakespeare to be heard. In the acclaimed BBC Radio Shakespeare series, each play is introduced by Richard Eyre, former Director of the Royal National Theatre. Revitalised, original and comprehensive, this is Shakespeare for the new millennium."@en
  • "An adaptation of Shakespeare's drama about the assassination of Caesar and its aftermath."@en
  • "[This book] helps the reader to understand and enjoy Shakespeare's play, [Julius Caesar. It] contains the complete and unabridged text, together with a wide range of notes.-Back cover."
  • "Julius Caesar triumphantly returns to Rome, where he is met by betrayal, conspiracy, and, ultimately, assassination, followed by Mark Antony's revenge on the plotters. The drama is also the story of Marcus Brutus and his struggle between the conflicting demands of his friendship with Caesar and his loyalty to Roman ideals."@en
  • "A retelling of the classic play, with background language on the author, language, characters, plot, and theater of the day."@en
  • "This striking tragedy of political conflict focuses on the ancient Roman world and the famous assassination of Julius Caesar by his republican opponents. Ironies abound most of all for Brutus, whose fate it is to learn that his idealistic motives for joining the conspiracy against a would-be dictator are not enough to sustain the movement once Caesar is dead."@en
  • "Presents Shakespeare's tragedy in which Cassius, fearing Julius Caesar's ambition, forms a conspiracy among Roman republicans including Caesar's trusted friend Brutus to assassinate him on the Ides of March."@en
  • "The first of the great tragedies, focusing on the minds and motives of the assassins Brutus and Cassius."@en
  • "Rewritten version of one of Shakespeare's classic plays. Julius Caesar has become such a part of our culture that many people even quote from it without realizing they are doing so. With its powerful depiction of political struggle, assassination, and a country plunged into chaos, it tells a tale that's as timely today as when Shakespeare first dramatized it."@en
  • "Historian Michael Grant reconstructs the career of Julius Caesar from his youthful priesthood through his campaigns in Europe and Africa, and to the base of Pompey's statue."@en
  • "By far the most popular of Shakespeare's Roman history, this drama deals with the conspiracy behind the murder of the emperor and the political turmoil that followed."@en
  • "As a triumphal parade celebrates Julius Caesar and his defeat of the Roman general Pompey, Cassius schemes with Brutus to bring an end to Caesar before he becomes king and destroys the republic. Meanwhile, a soothsayer warns Caesar to "beware the Ides of March".--Container"
  • "Recording of the complete play in five acts."@en
  • "An abridged version of Shakespeare's original text, with suggestions for simple staging. Includes parenthetical explanations and descriptions within the text and announcers who summarize deleted passages."
  • "Julius Caesar has become the most powerful man in Rome. Does his power now threaten the very existence of the Republic itself?"@en
  • "Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare's most compelling Roman plays. The plot against Caesar and the infamous assassination scene make for unforgettable listening. Brutus, the true protagonist of the play, is mesmerizing in his psychological state of anguish, forced to choose between the bonds of friendship and his desire for patriotic justice."
  • "Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare's most compelling Roman plays. The plot against Caesar and the infamous assassination scene make for unforgettable listening. Brutus, the true protagonist of the play, is mesmerizing in his psychological state of anguish, forced to choose between the bonds of friendship and his desire for patriotic justice."@en
  • "Tragedie over de moord op de Romeinse veldheer en staatsman. Met informatie over de auteur, het stuk, de 'Roman plays', verschillende oefeningen en woordverklaringen in het Engels."
  • "Brutus, best friend of the Roman ruler Caesar, reluctantly joins a successful plot to murder Caesar and subsequently destroys himself. Includes notes and an introduction."@en
  • "The skies over ancient Rome blaze with terrifying portents, and soothsayers warn Julius Caesar of approaching doom. As conspiracy swirls through the city, Shakespeare explores the deep repercussions of political murder on the human heart."@en
  • "A triumphant Caesar enters Rome after defeating the sons of his old enemy, Pompey. Jealousy and fear over Caesar's reforms reveal a brewing conspiracy to assassinate him. As the plat thickens, Caesar's wife is plagued by terrible nightmares and begs him not to go to the capitol. But Caesar shrugs off her fears and is accompanied to the Senate by the conspirators thus sealing his fate. Caesar's loyal friends really to avenge his death and preserve his legacy.-- container."@en
  • "The first of the great tragedies, focusing on the minds and motives of the assasins Brutus and Cassius."
  • "The first of the great tragedies, focusing on the minds and motives of the assasins Brutus and Cassius."@en
  • "The great Roman general, Julius Caesar, has become master of Rome and some fear that he will become Emperor. A group of young men led by Cassius plan to prevent this by assassinating him. They gain the support of Brutus, a close friend of Caesar but a passionate Republican. Brutus becomes the leader of the conspirators, who escort Caesar to a meeting of the Senate and there stab him to death. At Caesar's funeral Antony, who has been given Brutus's generous permission to speak in praise of Caesar, rouses the people against the conspirators."@en
  • "Julius Caesar triumphantly returns Rome where he is met by betrayal, conspiracy and ultimately, assassination followed by Mark Antony's revenge on the plotters. The drama is also the story of Marcus Brutus and his struggle between the conflicting demands of his friendship with Caesar and his loyalty to Roman ideals."@en
  • "Classic Shakespearian tragedy depicting the fall of Julius Caesar of ancient Rome. The play focuses most on the minds and motives of the assassins, with emphasis on Brutus and Cassius."@en
  • "The skies over ancient Rome blaze with terrifying portents, and soothsayers warn Julius Caesar of approaching doom. As conspiracy swirls through the city, Shakespeare explores the deep repercussions of political murder on the human heart. A classic tale of duplicity, betrayal and murder, masterfully performed by an all-star, all-American cast in this BBC co-production."@en
  • "The skies over ancient Rome blaze with terrifying portents, and soothsayers warn Julius Caesar of approaching doom. As conspiracy swirls through the city, Shakespeare explores the deep repercussions of political murder on the human heart. A classic tale of duplicity, betrayal and murder, masterfully performed by an all-star, all-American cast in this BBC co-production."
  • "Tragedy written 1599 and deals with the conspiracy against Julius Caesar, his assassination, and the defeat of the conspirators by Marc Antony and Octavius Caesar. Source for the play was Sir Thomas North's translation (1579) of Plutarch's Lives."@en
  • "Shakespeare doesn't simply retell the story of a great ruler's assassination, but intimately examines the events leading up to the act and its impact and repercussions on Roman society. This is a revolutionary piece of writing about the power of the state and what it will do to protect itself. Were Caesar's assassins freedom fighters or terrorists."@en
  • "Shakespeare doesn't simply retell the story of a great ruler's assassination, but intimately examines the events leading up to the act and its impact and repercussions on Roman society. This is a revolutionary piece of writing about the power of the state and what it will do to protect itself. Were Caesar's assassins freedom fighters or terrorists."
  • "Retells Shakespeare's drama about the assassination of Julius Caesar and the defeat of those involved in the conspiracy."
  • "As a triumphal parade celebrates Julius Caesar and his defeat of the Roman general Pompey, Cassius schemes with Brutus to bring an end to Caesar before he becomes king and destroys the republic. Meanwhile, a soothsayer warns Caesar to "beware the Ides of March".--Container."@en
  • ""The skies over ancient Rome blaze with terrifying portents, and soothsayers warn Julius Caesar of approaching doom. As conspiracy swirls through the city, Shakespeare explores the deep repercussions of political murder on the human heart. A classic tale of duplicity, betrayal and murder, masterfully performed by an all star, all-American cast in this BBC co -production."--L.A. Theatre Works, Audio Theatre Collection."@en
  • "Presents Shakespeare's classic drama in which Cassius, fearing Julius Caesar's ambition, forms a conspiracy among Roman republicans to assassinate the leader on the Ides of March."
  • "Richard Dreyfuss, Kelsey Grammer and Stacy Keach star in one of Shakespeare's most revered tragedies. The skies over ancient Rome blaze with terrifying portents, and soothsayers warn Julius Caesar of approaching doom. As conspiracy swirls through the city, Shakespeare explores the deep repercussions of political murder on the human heart. A classic tale of duplicity, betrayal and murder, masterfully performed by an all-star, all-American cast in this BBC co-production. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Lee Arenberg, Bonnie Bedelia, David Birney, Jack Coleman, John de Lancie, Richard Dreyfuss, Josh Fardon, Harold Gould, Kelsey Grammer, Arye Gross, Arthur Hanket, Rudy Hornish, Stacy Keach, Basil Langton, Jon Matthews, Paul Mercier, James Morrison, George Murdock, John Randolph, John Vickery, Andrew White, JoBeth Williams and Paul Winfield."@en
  • "A performance of the complete play."@en
  • "Presents the original text of Shakespeare's play side by side with a modern version, discusses the author and the theater of his time, and provides quizzes and other study activities."
  • "Shakespeare's great Roman tragedy opens in 44 BC when Julius Caesar, returned from a successful campaign, seems likely to assume kingship of Rome. Fearful of this ambition, Cassius prevails upon Brutus to join him and others in a conspiracy against Caesar."@en
  • "At the heart of this tragic history is one of Shakespeare's most noble characters, the statesman Brutus, who is caught in a devastating conflict between private affection and public duty.Julius Caesar has become the most powerful man in the Rome. Does his power now threaten the very existence of the Republic itself' A conspiracy is hatched, one that will have fatal consequences not only for Caesar and the conspirators but for the future history of the ancient world. Brutus is played by John Bowe and Mark Antony by Adrian Lester. Michael Feast is Caesar."@en

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