Julius Caeser


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  • Act 1 - Scene 1 Kayla Page
  • Take down the ceremonial decorations
  • Act 1 - Scene 2 Kayla Page
  • Maybe you should be king Brutus
  • Act 1 - Scene 3 Kayla Page
  • These weird events must lead to something bad
  • Flavius and Marullus are supporters of Pompey, and are very disspointed when Caesar comes back victorious. The feast of Luprical is also being celecrated on this day, so there are decorations placed around town. Flavius Tells Marullus to"disrobe the images". (Page 824)
  • Act 2 - Scene 1 Kayla Page
  • We need to plan Caesar's assinaation
  • Cassius like Brutus feels Caeser should not be king. So he is flattering Brutus with loads of compliments, for example Cassius describes Brutus as "thoughts of great value, worthy cogitations"(Page 827). He says these things in hopes Brutus will consider being king.
  • Act 2 - Scene 2 Kayla Page
  • Caesar you should not go to work today
  • Do not listen to her
  • Cassius and Casca are discussing the strange things happening around Rome. Casca recalls "men, all in fire, walk up and down the streets. And yesterday the bird of night did sit even at noonday at the marketplace"(Page 834). Casca feels these are warnings.
  • Act 2 - Scene 3 Kayla Page
  • I need to warn Caesar
  • The conspirators show up to Brutus' home, and are not being discrete. Cassius keeps throwing out his ideas, but Brutus turns them down. Brutus quickly becomes the leader of the pack. For example Cassius says " But what of Cicero? Shall we sound him?" While Brutus replies "O, name him not! Let us not break with him." ( Page 845 )
  • Caesar's wife Calpurnia has a nightmare about Brutus. She tries to convince him to not go to work, becasue she has fears he will be hurt. He agrees to not go, but changes his mind when Decius talks him out of it. Decius says "this dream is all amiss interpretd". ( Page 853 ) He convinced Caesaer that his wife was being foolish.
  • Artemidorus knows of Caesar's death plan. He writes a note and tries to give it to him as a warning. He says ' here will i stand till Caesar pass along, and as a suitor i will give him this". ( Page 855 ) Caesar refuses because he did not want to put himself before the Romans.
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