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Question 5.5. What is the function of these events in the play: the Soothsayer’s warning, the strange sightings and the earthquake in Rome, and Calpurnia’s dream? (Points : 3) They provide comic relief from the conspirators’ violent plans. They demonstrate Caesar’s unnatural control over his empire. They allow the conspirators to intimidate Caesar. They serve as omens to alert the characters and the audience that terrible things will soon happen.

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