Correspondingly, what is blank verse in Julius Caesar?
Blank Verse, or Unrhymed Iambic Pentameter (The Nobles) In Julius Caesar, the noble Romans mostly speak in unrhymed “iambic pentameter,” also called “blank verse.” Don’t let the fancy names intimidate you – it’s pretty simple once you get the hang of it. Let’s start with a definition of iambic pentameter.
Subsequently, question is, which character speaks the final line of Caesar? Octavius speaks the final words in Julius Caesar .
In this manner, who speaks in prose in Julius Caesar?
It is interesting to note, too, that later on Casca speaks in prose in Scene 2 in order to be understood by the commoners, as does Brutus in Act III when he addresses the Romans in explication of the conspirators’ motives after Caesar’s assassination.
Why does Antony speak in blank verse during his famous speech to the plebeians?
Antony speaks in blank verse instead of prose (like Brutus). Blank verse was the way the nobility spoke. By speaking like nobility, Antony shows the audience that he has authority. his speech this way, he shows that he is “one of them” (common person) Brutus said Caesar was ambitious and that was why he had to die.