Julius Caesar Act 1

Julius Caesar Act 1

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  • Cassius (Line 136-163)
  • ACT 1, SCENE 2
  • Why Caesar? How is he different from you? Our era should be ashamed! Until now, no one could say that only one man ruled all of Rome. Your ancestors fought to keep there from being a king in Rome
  • I’m beginning to understand what you want me to do. I’ll find a good time for us to discuss further such weighty matters. I’d rather be poor rather than live under the rule of a King.
  • Brutus (Lines 135, 164-175)
  • More shouting! I think this applause is for some new honors awarded to Caesar.
  • Cassius over there has a very suspicious look. He thinks too much.
  • Caesar (Lines 192-196, 198-212)
  • ACT 1, SCENE 2
  • I’m not afraid of him. But, keep an eye on him. He's different from the rest. I’m not scared of him, I am Caesar.
  • Don’t be afraid of him, Caesar. He isn’t dangerous. He’s a noble Roman.
  • Antony (Lines 197, 199)
  • Cassius
  • ACT 1, SCENE 2
  • Brutus (Lines 234, 164-175)
  • Tell us how he was offered the crown, noble Casca.
  • What did he say when he regained consciousness?
  • He said that if he’d done or said anything wrong, he wanted them to know that it was all because of his sickness. The crowd forgave him with all their hearts. He can get away with anything.
  • Antony offered him the crown three times and Caesar refused it even though he really did want to take it and as he refused it the commoners hooted and clapped their hands. Then, Caesar fainted and fell down. 
  • Casca (Lines 235-251, 260-270)
  • ACT 1, SCENE 2
  • Caesar (Lines 6, 8-9)
  • Antony!
  • Be sure to touch Calphurnia during the race so she won't be infertile!
  • Yes, Caesar?
  • Consider it done.
  • Antony (Lines 7, 10)
  • Cassius (Line 83-84)
  • ACT 1, SCENE 2
  • Afraid? Then I have to assume you don’t want him to be king.
  • I don’t, Cassius, though I love Caesar very much.  What do you want to tell me? If it’s for the good of all Romans, I’d do it even if it meant my death. 
  • Why are they shouting? I'm afraid they chose Caesar to be the King.
  • Brutus (Lines 81-82, 85-88)
  • Cassius (Lines 303-315)
  • ACT 1, SCENE 2
  • Caesar hates me, but he loves Brutus. Tonight I’ll throw letters with different handwritings — as if they came from several citizens—all saying they want Brutus to get rid of Caesar.
  • I’ll do so. Until then, think about the well-being of Rome.
  • Come to my home, and I’ll wait for you.
  • Brutus (Lines 300-301)
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