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"Beware the ides of march"
Flavius and Marullus are angry that the people are celebrating Caesar’s victory, when they all loved Pompey just d few days prior. They tell the crowds to go home.
Caesar had returned to Rome on February 15th for the Festival of Lupercal. He orders Marc Antony to whip Calpurnia when he runs by in his race to rid her of her sterility.
The Soothsayer calls out to Caesar through the crowd and tells him, “Beware the ides of March” Caesar ignores the man’s warning and continues on with the festival.
Brutus says that he is at war with himself because he loves Caesar but believes that Rome should be a democracy. Cassius approaches him and tries to persuade him to help overthrow Caesar, but he respectively declines.
Casca tells Brutus and Cassius that Caesar was offered the crown three times, but rejected it each time. However, each time it seemed harder and harder for him to resist it.
Cassius writes letters “from Roman citizens concerned about Caesar” to persuade Brutus to join the conspirators. A storm, along with supernatural occurrences are happening in Rome that night, and all the conspirators take it a sign that it is time to assassinate Julius Caesar. Brutus agrees to go along with the plan.
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