The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
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Act 1: Conflict
Act 1: Rising Action
Act 3: Climax
Cassius and Brutus were disagreeing on their opinions of Julius, and they both went home to think about what would happen to Rome with Julius there.
Act 4: Falling Action
Portia was trying to figure out what was wrong with her husband Brutus, he would not say that Cassius came to him with a plan to kill Julius, but finally told her.
Act 5: Falling Action
Julius didn't want to go to the "meeting" and say he was ill instead, but they convinced him to and they set him up to kill him, he got stabbed 23 times, by a lot of people.
Act 6: Resolution
They all gathered at his funeral and started arguing about who's fault it was, because they all realized they were going to get in trouble, and it was everyone's fault that they set him up and stabbled him.
Portia killed herself because they revealed their plan to her. She did not take it well.
Brutus and Cassius lose the fight they began in the plot to kill Julius Caesar. In the battle they are defeated by Octavius and Marc Anthony.
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