Act 1-3

Act 1-3
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  • O you hard hearts, you cruel men of Rome, Knew you not Pompey....
  • It is no matter; let no images Be hung with Caesar's trophies...
  • And therefore think him as a serpent's egg, which hatch'd would, as his kind, grow...
  • Flavius and Marullus are angry at the townspeople for being hypocritical. They ask them why one day they celebrate and honor Pompey and the next day they celebrate and honor his killer. Marullus give them a whole speech on how they used to climb walls, towers, battlements, etc to see Pompey.
  • Kneel not, Portia.
  • I should not need, if you were gentle Brutus...
  • Flavius thinks that the statue of Caesar is undeserving of respect so he strips off the garments that lie on the statue. He does this because he is angry at what Caesar did to Rome and its leader. This is an act that is foreshadowing Flavius's fate. 
  • Et tu, Brute? Then fall Caesar
  • Brutus is pondering on the thought of stopping Caesar's ruling. He compares him to a serepent's egg saying that he will grow to be a tyrant if he doesn't get stopped. This forshadows Brutus's decision on joining the conspirators.
  • That's all I ask-and that you will allow me to produce his body in the marketplace, and speak at the funeral...
  • You shall, Marc Antony
  • Portia is upset that she isn't informed on her husband's plans ad secrets. When she finds out she is confronting Brutus about it and tells him to trust her more and let her into his life more. Brutus then feels bad and lets her know how much he loves and appreciates her.
  • Caesar's last words before his death demonstrate his shock that his friend backstabbed him LITERALLY in both ways. He never thought Brutus was going to be the reason of his death and this shows their connection and friendship. The last part is him accepting the fact that if Brutus did that, that means he deserved it because Brutus is a very nice person.
  • After Antony's right-hand man (Caesar) died, he was very upset. He then "allied" himself with Brutus and asked him in a sorrowful manner if he can speak at Caesar's funeral. Brutus blindly answered the question without thinking about what he will talk about. It was Cassius who later came on and informed him about how it was a mistake to let Anotony speak because he will put them in a bad situation
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