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  • Act 1 Scene 1: The Streets of Rome
  • Hence, home you idle creatures, get you home!
  • Act 1 Scene 2: Beware
  • He is a dreamer. Let us leave him. Pass.
  • Beware the ides of March
  • Act 2 Scene 1: A Dark Morning
  • Indeed he is not fit.
  • O, name him not. Let us not break with him, for he will never follow anything that other men begin.
  • Then leave him out.
  • Flavius and Marullus encounter a group of civilians celebrating Caesar's victory. The tribunes shame the workers.
  • Act 3 Scene 1: The Death
  • That you have wronged me doth appear in this: You have condemmed and noted Lucius Pella for taking bribes here are the sardians; wherin my letters, praying on his side, because I knew the man, were slighted off.
  • We learn that Caesar has a superstitious nature. He wants Antony to touch his wife to cure her sterility. A soothsayer tells Caesar to beware the ides of March. Caesar said that he was a dreamer. Cassius tries to make Brutus join the conspirators. Casca explains that Caesar was offered the crown 3 times.
  • Act 4 Scene 3: Conflict
  • You wronged yourself to wrote in such a case.
  • It is very early in the morning of the ides of March. Brutus has joined the side of the conspirator's to stop Caesar from being a tyrant. The conspirators arrive and together they plot to kill Caesar. When Brutus is alone his wife wants him to tell her what is wrong. When he goes to do so he is interrupted by Ligatures. He wants to join the conspirators.
  • Act 5 Scene 5: A Fatal End
  • Give me your hand first. Fare you well, my lord.
  • The soothsayer and Artemidorus try to warn Caesar. Caesar does not listen to them. He enters the capitol with the conspirators. They then kill him. Antony knows that his life is not in danger. Brutus grants Antony to speak at the funeral. Alone, Antony prophecies that Italy will be in Civil war over Caesar death.
  • Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!
  • Brutus and Cassius are mad at eachother and the way they treat one another.  They fight between one another about how they should treat each other.  They resolve their problems and Brutus reveals that his wife is dead.  Then they prepare for the attack against Antony and his armies. Caesar's ghost appears to talk to Brutus.
  • Brutus, knowing that there is no way for him to win and that his death is imminent kills himself. Octavius and Antony praise Brutus for being "the most noble Roman there was."
  • Farewell, good Strato
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