The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Cæsar
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The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Cæsar

By William Shakespeare
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Table of Contents
  • THE NEW HUDSON SHAKESPEARE
  • JULIUS CÆSAR
    • INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY
      • HENRY NORMAN HUDSON, LL.D.
        • EBENEZER CHARLTON BLACK LL.D. (GLASGOW)
        • ANDREW JACKSON GEORGE LITT.D. (AMHERST)
        • GINN AND COMPANY
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
      • INTRODUCTION
        • Analysis by Act and Scene [21]
  • JULIUS CÆSAR
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ[1]
      • ACT I.
        • I. 1 Scene I. Rome. A street[7]
        • I. 2 Scene II. A public place[52]
        • I. 3 Scene III.[189][190] The same. A street
      • ACT II
        • II. 1 Scene I. Rome. Brutus's orchard[1]
        • II. 2 Scene II.[135][136] Cæsar's house[137]
        • II. 3 Scene III.[173] A street near the Capitol
        • II. 4 Scene IV. Another part of the same street, before the house of Brutus[180]
      • ACT III
        • III. 1 Scene I. Rome. Before the Capitol; the Senate sitting
        • III. 2 Scene II. The Forum[104]
        • III. 3 Scene III.[163] A street
      • ACT IV
        • IV. 1 Scene I.[1] Rome. A room in Antony's house[2]
        • IV. 2 Scene II.[22][23] Before Brutus's tent, in the camp near Sardis
        • IV. 3 Scene III.[43][44] Brutus's tent[45]
      • ACT V
        • V. 1 Scene I. The plains of Philippi[1]
        • V. 2 Scene II.[47] The field of battle
        • V. 3 Scene III.[51] Another part of the field
        • V. 4 Scene IV.[94] Another part of the field.[95]
        • V. 5 Scene V.[109] Another part of the field[110]
        • Notes
        • INDEX
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