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  • Act I: Sc I
  • Act II: Sc I
  • Act III: Sc I
  • "Hence! Home, you idle creatures, get you home! (I:i: ln 1) in this scene people are out worshiping Caesar. Flavius and Marullus are not intrigued. They yell at everyone to go home. They do not like Caesar, they do not think he did anything special. Flavius asks people why they are in the street and not at work. They respond by saying they come to rejoice Caesar.
  • Act IV: Sc III
  • "What, Lucius, ho! I cannot, by the progress of the stars. Give guess how near to day. Lucius. I say." (II :i:ln 1-2) In this scene Brutus is in his orchard early in the morning or late at night. He calls for his servant Lucius. As he wishes for Lucius to go and get him tapers. After he leaves, Brutus is left talking to himself as he talks about how he has no reason to kill Caesar. But he has noticed his ambition. In this act is when Cassius does all he can to get Brutus to join the conspiracy as he also sends him anonymous letters.
  • Act V: Sc V
  • "Speak hands for me!" (III :i: ln 78) This is what Casca yells for them to start stabbing Caesar. As Casca comes from behind Caesar he stabs him first. After Casca each conspirator takes their turn to stab him. Brutus is the last person to stab Caesar and it kills Caesar to see Brutus. After they kill Caesar, Brutus decides they should bathe their hands in his blood to let everyone know that they're the ones that did it. Throughout act 1 and 2 they'd been planning and finally the day had came for them to do it.
  • Theme
  • "That you have wronged me doth appear in this".... " You wronged yourself to write in such a case." (IV :iii: ln 1&6) In this scene Brutus and Cassius are arguing in Brutus' tent. They are about to head to Phillipi to battle against Octavius and Antony. 
  • "Hold then my sword, and turn away thy face, While I do run upon it. Wilt thou, Strato?" In this final scene Brutus knows Cassius is dead. He decides it's better to die from suicide than by the enemy. He chooses to die in the noblest way possible in this situation.
  • This is a tough theme. But I thought the theme was don't overthink everything and don't be arrogant. Sometimes life gives you notices of things to come and we never see it.
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