Julius Caesar

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  • Antony must speak at Caesar's funeral but he does not agree that killing Caesar was best for Rome.
  • "You all did love him once, but not without cause. What cause withholds you then to mourn for him."
  • Antony persuades the crowd to follow him and turn against the traitors who killed Caesar. The people are angry and rioting and leave to go kill the the evil men.
  • "Peace there! Hear the noble Antony."
  • "We'll hear him. We'll follow him. We'll die with him."
  • The conspirators are running from Antony and Octavius. One night at camp, Brutus was being haunted by Caesar's ghost. Caesar warns Brutus that he will see him again at Philippi.
  • "Art thou some god, some angel or some devil, that makes my blood cold and my hair to stare? Speak to me, what art thou?"
  • "Thy evil spirit, Brutus."
  • The battle is not going well for Cassius. Not wanting to be captured by Antony and Octavius, he has his servant stab and kill him with the same sword he killed Caesar with.
  • "Caesar, thou art revenged, even with the sword that killed thee."
  • Brutus fought a good fight, but in the end he could not defeat Antony. He asks his men to hold his sword so that he could run into it and die. Strato holds the sword and Brutus runs on it and kills himself.
  • "Caesar, now be still, l I killed not thee with half so good a will."
  • The men that served Brutus are allowed to join Octavius. Antony declares that Brutus was a noble Roman because he didn't kill Caesar out of jealousy, but because he cared about the good of Rome. Antony and Octavius go home to rule Rome together.
  • "So call the field to rest; and let's away, to part the glories of this happy day."
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