Cinna the Poet. They are angry and blinded by revenge. 1) Mags 2) Cinna 3) Finnick I'm not a crier at all, but i was close to tears on these deaths. What does their reaction to Cinna the poet reveal about their character? They were companions on the journey to Bithynia in Memmius' suite, and Catullus twice'4 calls THE MURDER OF CINNA THE POET 329 named Cinna." Cinna played a major role in Katniss' rise to prominence, and his influence was felt in many ways. The identity of names is noteworthy. It's also important to mention the case of Cinna the poet - an entirely different Cinna -- in Julius Caesar.After the conspirators kill Caesar, the common people are outraged. They are unaware that there are two men named Cinna. From the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble 2013 production of Julius Caesar. They are eager to kill, even the innocent, and they are out of control with rage. CINNA THE POET. The killing of Cinna the Poet in Julius Caesar demonstrates the fickleness of the Roman mob. Cinna's Death was the 2nd most tragic for me. Cinna the Poet is killed by a band of wandering plebeian Romans. I am Cinna the poet, I am Cinna the poet. Cinna was Katniss Everdeen's stylist during her campaigns in the 74th and 75th Hunger Games, and was later revealed to be a supporter of the rebels in District 13. Photograph: Ellie Kurttz/RSC Owusu is a magnetic performer: Aggie is horrified by the augury he performs with a dead chicken but can’t stop watching. Tear him for his bad verses, tear him for his bad verses (Act III, Scene 3). The way that they always referenced Cinna and implied his style, i loved, how they used his book of designs, and Katniss pretended they were hers touched them. The augury scene in I, Cinna (the Poet). I remember reading the death of Cinna the Poet in Julius Caesar a few years back and thinking how odd it was. The Death of Cinna the Poet - Volume 40 Issue 2 - J. D. Morgan When the plebeians encounter Cinna the poet in act 3.3 of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, they mistake him for Cinna the conspirator and shout, "Tear him to pieces!" He too is called Gaius Helvius Cinna by scholars. Cinna the poet, the author of the epic Zmyrna, the Propempticon Pollionis and other poems, was Catullus' intimate friend. Fourth Citizen. Cinna the poet is attacked and killed by the Roman mob because his name is the same as that of… Act 4, scene 1 Antony, Lepidus, and Octavius meet to condemn to death those who may oppose them.