Julius Caeser Act One

Julius Caeser Act One

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  • Act One Scene 1
  • Yes, Julius Caeser has won against Pompey
  • A mender of bad souls
  • You low life peasant
  • Why do you care about Ceaser what happened to Pompey
  • I want you to touch my wife
  • Act One Scene 2
  • Who said this
  • Come here Antony and Calpurnica
  • Let him go he is blind
  • What ever Ceasar says must be done
  • Yes dear
  • Act One Scene 2 Continuation
  • You sure about that
  • You are more worthy of the crown than Caesar
  • Everyone was rooting for Caeser and putting up decorations and so now Marullius and Falvius now have asked the people have you forgotten about Pompey and the people answered I am a mender of bad souls and Marullius and Flavius got confused. So in the end they ordered all the people to take off all the decorations and not treat Julius Caeser like a god.
  • Act One Scene 3
  • I hear all these things are happening where men are on fire and not burning and an owl traveling in the day
  • Casca let this go and support me against Caesar to relax yourself
  • Caesar came in and had a celebration through running and he asked Antony to touch his wife Calpurnica so she can have babies. Than as he started to run a soothsayer said "beware the ides of march" . But his guard noticed that he was blind and just let him go. Than Caeser saw Cassius looking at him and told Antony that Cassius "has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much. Such men are dangerous."
  • Than at the top Cassius begins to tell Brutus how good of a dictator he would be and how he should rule instead of Caesar. Than as Casca wants to converse with Caesar Brutus and Cassius stop Casca and tell him that he was offered the crown three times and rejected it than fell down with a epileptical seizure.
  • Casca and Cicero meet at a street where Casca starts to talk about wierd conspiracies on wierd supernatural activities. Than after that he urges Casca to work with him against Caesar When Cinna, another conspirator, joins them, Cassius urges him to throw a message through Brutus' window and to take other steps that will induce Brutus to participate in the plot. The three conspirators, now firmly united in an attempt to unseat Caesar, agree to meet with others of their party — Decius Brutus, Trebonius, and Metellus Cimber — at Pompey's Porch. They are confident that they will soon win Brutus to their cause.
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