Hence, home, you idle creatures! What is today a holiday?
The Roman people need you to join the conspiracy
I shall consider it
The people of Rome need me to kill Caesar, they beg me for the good of the Republic in their letters.
In the introduction, two tribunes, Merellus and Flavius, scold workmen for being lazy and not doing work. The workmen then claim that they are celebrating Caesar's victory against Pompey. In response, the tribunes then guilt them for being so disloyal as Pompey once led Rome also showing their disproval for Caesar.
Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead!
Here, Cassius attempts to persuade Brutus to join the conspiracy as this would strengthen the unit as the Roman people will see killing Caesar as an honourable act if Brutus is associated.
"BUT BRUTUS IS AN HONOURABLE MAN" "CAESAR WAS TOO AMBITIOUS"
Caesar should have been king! FIND THE CONSPIRATORS!
Brutus then considers the offer considerably, finally deciding to join with the final tipping point being fabricated letters written by the conspirators from the people of Rome begging Brutus to kill Caesar and save the Roman Republic.
Treat him with the utmost respect and rights of burial
This was the noblest Roman of them all
The climax, is the killing and the death of Caesar. The conspirators murder Caesar at the foot of the stairs leading to the Capitol. Each conspirator stabs him, with Brutus striking last evoking a genuine heartfelt response from Caesar as his final words. Casca then shouts out of excitement and joy.
Et tu Bruté?
The falling action takes place at the market place with Anthony speaking at Caesar's funeral after receiving permission from Brutus. Here, Anthony turns the Roman people against the conspirators for killing Caesar, becoming increasingly sarcastic with his delivery.
After battle, to which Octavius and Anthony were the victors, they find Brutus' body. They mention how honourable he was and express that he was the only one of the conspirators that killed Caesar for the good of Rome rather than personal gain, treating his remains with respect.