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Julius Caesar's Cassius: A Woman of Color

Julius Caesar is, in my opinion, something of a struggle to read. Of all the Shakespearean works I’ve read, Caesar is the one with the fewest lines spoken by a woman, and the 1953 film adaptation that my class watched in accompaniment with the text was dull, to say the least, even with handsome Marlon Brando. 627 more words



Commissioned for a coworker, Cassius is an 11×14 piece using an array of graphites ranging from 2B-8B.

The subject here is Cash, belonging to my coworker Cassie West. 76 more words


'Age, thou art shamed' - Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare (Act I Sc II)

‘Another general shout!
I do believe that these applauses are
For some new honors that are heap’d on Caesar.

Why, man, he doth bestride the narrow world… 180 more words


Young Thug - Guwop f. Quavo, Offset & Young Scooter (Video)

Young Thug let loose the music video for his track, “Guwop” featuring Quavo, Offset and Young Scooter. In the music video, everyone is hanging out and having a good time. 23 more words

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In states unborn and accents yet unknown

Some more Julius Caesar, do you mind?

The fact is that, because of Shakespeare in Words, I had a special thrill when, in Act 3.I, the conspirators bathe their hands in dead Caesar’s blood – half barbaric ritual, half preparation to face the angry and upset crowds outside. 459 more words