Conflicting perspectives are differing impressions provided by viewing something from a certain position.
“Thou hast misconstrued everything” excellently summarises the concept of conflicting perspectives.
Personalities of Mark Antony, Brutus and Cassius
Events are the funeral Orations.
Elizabethan England was about to enter a nexus point with a change of leadership and era
Like Caesar, Elizabeth was without an heir which could create a huge power vacuum
Caesar’s era moving from republican to imperial Rome
Elizabethan Era moving towards consolidated monarchical power
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First time we can see him as cunning and manipulative. Shakespeare develops Antony from his laidback character to his sudden thirst for power. Shakespeare purposely conveys this side of Mark Antony to his Elizabethan audience
‘Let me not stir you up to such a sudden flood of mutiny’ – Mark Antony is observed as an accomplished speaker with the use of this metaphor and alliteration. By telling them not to do it, he plants the idea in their heads. This development of Antony provides a Conflicting perspective on Caesar
‘Believe me for mine honour, and have respect to mine honour, that you may believe’ – Repetition used by Brutus which conveys him as a logical politician. Reinforces with repetition in his low key speech and relies on his honour to reason his actions as necessary
‘Cassius is a wretched creature and must bend his body, if Caesar carelessly but nod on him. … ‘tis true, this God did Shake; his coward lips did from their colour fly.’ – Anecdotal evidence of Caesars infirmities, which is ironic as Caesar sees himself as a God. Another perspective of Caesar
Sunk on the 19th October 2001 during the federal election campaign. Illegal immigrants and Border Protection were major concerns. Howard claimed his policy would prevent people smuggling into Australia. 353 immigrants lost their lives.
Many news articles that portray the conflicting perspectives and the conspiracies behind the sinking.
Navy and AFP had specific controlling areas. On the day of the sinking, bad weather limited visibility. Survivors claim they saw Navy ships but the navy say they were kilometres away...