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What man is that?
Beware the ides of March
What you have said i will consider
"fear him not, Caesar, he's not dangerous.
Caesar (far left) is warned by a soothsayer (far right) to "Beware the Ides of march". This is important because it foreshadows that something bad will happen soon.
Are not you mov'd, when all the sway of earth shakes like a thing unfirm.
Brutus (far left) agrees so see what Cassius (far right)has to say. This scene is important because the idea that Brutus and Cassius will murder Caesar is starting to form.
Antonio (far right) tells Caesar (far left) Cassius is not dangerous. This foreshadows cassius's plot against Caesar.
*Storming* Casca (far left) is disturbed by the immense storm going on along with the strange happenings. This further foreshadows the troubles approaching.
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