My Julius Caesar Play
He is mad, I need not beware that day.
"Beware the ides of March."
We are just as grand as the mighty Caesar. Why is he in power? He is going to be in full control soon enough.
"Yet if my name were liable to fear, I do not know the man I should avoid so soon as that spare Cassius."
This foreshadows future events, saying that Caesar will continually refuse to listen to the signs telling him to stay away from the Senate on March 15th. Soothsayer: (line 27 pg. 15)
Brutus and Cassius stay behind while Caesar is speaking to the people. Cassius wants Brutus to help him defeat Caesar because he is becoming too powerful.
Caesar tells Antony that he doesn't trust Cassius, which connects to trusting your instincts which is later displayed though omens. Caesar: (lines 211-213 pg. 27)
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