Evelyn Tawil-8G PM- Julius Caesar comic strip 4/19/17

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  • Act 3: Scene 1
  • 4. Mine is more personal to you! Read it first!
  • 2.Caesar! Read this pamphlet first!
  • 5.What touches us our self shall be last served.
  • 1. The Ides of March are come.
  • 3. Trembonius would like you to read this humble petition.
  • 1.I wish your enterprise today may thrive.
  • 2.What Enterprise?
  • 4. He hopes we succeed in the plan. We cannot be exposed! I will die! I'll kill myself!
  • 5. Popilious isn't talking about the plan. Don't worry!
  • 3.What said Popilius?
  • 3.Most hight, most mighty and most puissant Caesar, Metellius Cimber throws before the seat.
  • 4.I do not want you to think that Caesar is a fool heart that can be melted with sweet talk.
  • 2.Are you ready?
  • 5.I kiss your hand Caesar, but not in flattery.
  • 1.Casca, you strike first.
  • 2.Go away, go away! Why waste time kneeling Brutus?
  • The Ides of March are here. Artemidorus comes and wants Caesar to read his pamphlet. Decius wants Caesar to read the pamphlet written by Trebonius first because it is concerning Caesars people. Caesar reads Decius's pamphlet  before reading about himself.
  • 3.Speak, hands for me!
  • 1.Oh, Caesar.
  • Kill him! die Caesar!
  • Cassius fears that their plot to kill Caesar might have been exposed by Popilius. Brutus assures him that Popilius isn't talking about their plot. The conspirators are about to kill Caesar.
  • Ahh! We don't want to die!
  • 4.Don't be afraid! We don't want to kill you! we just wanted to kill Caesar!
  • 1.Caesar is dead! The plan worked! 
  • Cinna tells Casca that he's going to strike Caesar first. Casca is taking steps toward Caesar, aiming to stab him. Brutus and Metellus are kneeling in front of Caesar. Caesar gets upset because they think that he has a soft heart that will do anything for anyone.
  • 1.Where is Anthony?
  • 2.He ran to his house out of fear. 
  • 4.We are Caesars friends that abridged his time fearing death.
  • Casca strikes Caesar first. The conspirators join in and stab Caesar repeatedly. Caesar falls to the ground but is still alive.
  • 4.What? you to Brutus? Then fall Caesar!
  • Caesar finally dies and everyone is celebrating. Brutus and Cassius assure everyone that they don't want to kill them too. They just wanted to kill Caesar.
  • 2.Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Run, hence, proclaim it! Cry about it in the streets!
  • Anthony ran to his house in fear from the stabbing of Caesar. There are men, women, and children crying as if it was doomsday. Brutus tries to make the situation better by saying that Caesar was going to die anyways and they just saved him from worrying. The conspirators want to be know as the people who gave their country liberty.
  • 5.So often shall the knot of us be call'd the men that gave their country liberty.
  • 3.Men, wives and children, stare and cry out as if it was dooms day.
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