Which conflict most affects the plot in acts 1 and 2 of julius caesar? flavius and marullus trying to get the people who are celebrating out of the streets caesar being suspicious of cassius and how he is too thin and does not smile brutus trying to decide whether his love of rome is stronger than his love for caesar casca telling the others how antony offered the crown to caesar three times
The plot was most affected by Brutus trying to decide whether his love for Rome is stronger than his love for Caesar.
Written by Shakespeare in 1599, the play presents Brutus' need to decide whether he loved Rome more or his friendship with Caesar. He ends up deciding that Julius Caesar's abuse of power will cause negative repercussions in Rome and joins the conspiracy against Caesar. This conflict directly decides the tone and direction of the play, culminating with Brutus being proclaimed "the noblest Roman of them all".
The correct answer is C) Brutus trying to decide whether his love of Rome is stronger for his love for Caesar.
The conflict that most affects the plot in acts 1 and 2 of Julius Caesar is that Brutus trying to decide whether his love of Rome is stronger for his love for Caesar.
William Shakespeare wrote the play “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” in 1599. The play is based on real facts that occurred in ancient Rome. The conflict that most affects the plot in acts 1 and 2 of Julius Caesar is that Brutus trying to decide wheter his love of Rome is stronger for his love for Caesar. Brutus has an inner conflict and he has to make a decision: his friend Julius Caesar or his love for his country. Brutus had hard times making the decision until he convinced himself that Julius Caesar in power was not the best option for Rome.
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