The red head is caesar
"Let's carve him as a dish fit for the gods," The Illustration shows Caesar as a turkey, carved fit for the gods. The meaning shows that Brutus wanted the act of killing Caesar to be less vulgar and more clean.
"Not hew him as a carcass fit for hounds" The illustration shows Caesar as a carcass, with hounds having eaten him. Again,Brutus wants to show the act of killing Caesar as less unruly, helping to justify it to himself and the public. In all three scenes. I think Brutus is really trying to do what is right in his heart and for rome as a whole.
"To cut the head off and then hack the limbs." In this illustration, Caesar is on the floor, with his limbs where they aren't supposed to be. Brutus is trying to convince Caius Cassius that it will be too bloody to kill Caesar by cutting off his limbs. Brutus wants to create a more royal event that is not equated to murder, but closer to sacrifice.
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