Titles from JULIUS CAESAR




    JULIUS CAESAR
Ides of March
Edward John Poynter: The Ides of March

Beware the ides of March. (I,ii)
  • Gloria Stuart: Beware the Ides of March
  • Gertrude M. Reynolds: The Ides of March
  • Florence Pickard: The Ides of March
  • Thornton Wilder: The Ides of March
  • Napthali Lewis: The Ides of March
  • Jerome Kilty: The Ides of March
  • Clyde Matthews: The Ides of March Conspiracy
  • The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars
    But in ourselves that we are underlings. (I,ii)
  • James M. Barrie: Dear Brutus
  • Jefferson P. Swycaffer: Not in Our Stars
  • M. M. Marshall: Not in Our Stars
  • Stephen D. Frances: The Fault in Our Stars
  • Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look;
    He thinks too much: such men are dangerous. (I,ii)
  • Brett Diamond: Such Men Are Dangerous
  • Paul Kavanagh: Such Men Are Dangerous
  • Martin Thomas: Such Men Are Dangerous
  • Lawrence Block: Such Men Are Dangerous
  • The valiant never taste of death but once. (II,ii)
  • Fenn McGrew: Taste of Death
  • Meja Mwangi: Taste of Death
  • Peter O'Donnell: Taste of Death
  • M. J. Rogers: Taste of Death
  • Roy Bulcock: Of Death But Once
  • Cry 'Havoc,' and let slip the dogs of war. (III,i)

    deification
    Woodcut: The Deification of Caesar
  • June Havoc: Cry Havoc
  • Desmond Lowden: Cry Havoc
  • J. K. Mayo: Cry Havoc
  • Barry Sadler: Cry Havoc
  • Richard Martin Stern: Cry Havoc
  • James D. Forman: Cry Havoc
  • Allen Richard Kenward: Cry Havoc
  • Beverly Nichols: Cry Havoc
  • John M. Behan: The Dogs of War
  • Walter Emanuel: The Dogs of War
  • W. Howard Baker: The Dogs of War
  • Frederick Forsyth: The Dogs of War
  • Francis Yeats-Brown: Dogs of War
  • Frank Woodward: Dogs of War
  • For Brutus is an honorable man;
    So are they all, all honorable men. (III,ii)
  • David Karp: All Honorable Men
  • Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears;
    I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.
    The evil that men do lives after them;
    The good is oft interred with their bones. (III,ii)


    Julius Caesar
  • Howard Gordon Clark: Friends, Romans, Countrymen
  • Somerset de Chair: Friends, Romans, Concubines
  • Joseph T. McGloin: Friends, Romans, Protestants
  • Mabel Segun: Friends, Nigerians, Countrymen
  • Howard Hampton: Friends, Russians, and Countrymen
  • Sylvia Clayton: Friends and Romans
  • John Miller: Friends and Romans: On the Run in Wartime Italy
  • Frederick Sinclaire: Lend Me Your Ears
  • Philip Wood: Lend Me Your Ears
  • Aaron Marc Stein: Lend Me Your Ears
  • William Saffire, comp.:Lend Me Your Ears
  • Arthur Jacobs: Lend Me Your Ears: A Guide to Orchestral Music from Vivaldi to Bernstein
  • Sydney Albert Curtis: The Evil That Men Do
  • Edgar Fawcett: The Evil That Men Do
  • Courtland Fitzsimmons: The Evil Men Do
  • Lance R. Hill: The Evil That Men Do
  • Anne Hocking: The Evil That Men Do
  • Benedict Kiely: The Evil Men Do
  • Eric Leadbitter: Evil That Men Do
  • Dorothea Nile: The Evil That Men Do
  • Hugh Pentecost: The Evil That Men Do
  • Judson Philips: The Evil That Men Do
  • Lilian Robinson: The Evil That Men Do
  • M. P. Shiel: The Evil That Men Do
  • Andrew Spiller: The Evil That Men Do
  • Glen Stewart: The Evil That Men Do
  • Alanna Knight: The Evil That Men Do: An Inspector Faro Mystery
  • Georgina Lloyd: The Evil That Men Do: Twenty Man-made Murders
  • Linda Moore: The Evil That Men Do: A Novel of Possession and the Occult
  • Arnold P. Rubin: The Evil That Men Do: The Story of the Nazis
  • Georgette Heyer: Envious Casca
  • There is a tide in the affairs of men
    Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;
    Omitted, all the voyage of their life
    Is bound in shallows and in miseries. (IV,iii)
  • Percival Wilde: There Is a Tide
  • Elspeth Bragdon: There Is a Tide
  • Lindsey Collen: There Is a Tide
  • John Collis Snaith: There Is a Tide
  • Agatha Christie: There Is a Tide aka Taken at the Flood
  • Robert H. Bogue: There Is a Tide: The Downbeat of Pristine Christianity
  • Saxon Mills & Godfrey Hope: There Is a Tide: The Life and Work of William Crawford, K.B.E., Embodying an Historical Study of Modern British Advertising
  • Edgar L. Smith: Tides in the Affairs of Men
  • John H. Turner: The Affairs of Men
  • D. Lambert: Taken at the Flood
  • Roy Struben: Taken at the Flood
  • Patrick Devlin: Taken at the Flood
  • M. E. Braddon: Taken at the Flood
  • Kenneth Ingram: Taken at the Flood
  • Ann Watkins: Taken at the Flood
  • George Woodman: Taken at the Flood
  • Geraldine Bonner: Taken at the Flood: A Story in Four Parts
  • Joseph L. Harsh: Taken at the Flood: Robert E. Lee and Confederate Strategy in the Maryland Campaign of 1862
  • Roy Streuben: Taken at the Flood: The Story of Harry Streuben
  • John Gunther: Taken at the Flood: The Story of Albert D. Lasker
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