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  • Caesar's return from battle
  • He is a dreamer; let us leave him. Pass. - Caesar
  • Beware of the ides of March. - Soothsayer
  • Scene 2
  • That you might see your shadow. I have heard where many of the best respect in Rome, speaking of Brutus and groaning underneath this age's yoke, have wished that noble Brutus had his eyes. - Cassius
  • No, Cassius, for the eye sees not itself but by reflection, by some other things. - Brutus
  • Scene 3
  • Take this paper and look you lay it in the practor's chair, where Brutus may find it. - Cassius
  • O' Cassius, if you could but win the noble Brutus to our party. - Cinna
  • After the victory battle against Pompey's son. Caesar attends a traditional race at the festival of Lupercal. The soothsayer appears and warns him to beware of the ides of March which is the fifteen of March. The importance of this scene is that it gives away of what is going to happen to Caesar in story.
  • The assassination of Caesar
  • Some to the common pulpits and cry out liberty, freedom, and enfranchisement! - Cassius
  • Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! - Cinna
  • Cassius doesn't want Caesar to be in power. He expresses his opinions to Brutus about Caesar and believes that Brutus deserves the crown. This shows the start of the conflict in the story.
  • Antony's Speech
  • Your hearts and minds to mutiny and rage, I should do Brutus wrong, and Cassius, who, you all know, are honorable man. I will not do them wrong. I rather choose to wrong the dead, to wrong myself and you. - Antony
  • An attempt to get Brutus to join the conspirators group, Cassius tells Cinna to send seven letters into Brutus house. The seven letters were meant to appear as citizens's concerns about Caesar that will make Brutus consider of joining the conspirators. Whats important about this scene is that it shows Cassius of wanting to use Brutus, who was a former friend of Caesar to turn against him. This would lead Brutus into many consequences throughout the story.
  • End of the line
  • Caesar was murdered by the conspirators. Brutus feels regretful for what he and the conspirators had done to Caesar. The death of Caesar's shows that it had sparked the conflicts that will cause catastrophe in Rome.
  • After Julius Caesar's death. Antony wanted payback for what the conspirators has done to Caesar. Antony spoke a emotional speech that had convinced the citizens of Rome to start taking action against the conspirators. This shows that after Caesar's death, Antony rises to power that will cause the start of a civil war against the conspirators for revenge.
  • Away Then! Come, seek the conspirators! - Third Citizen
  • Antony's army wins the war against Brutus's army. Brutus asked 3 of his soldiers to kill him but all three of them refused to. Then, Strato agreed to only hold Brutus's sword while Brutus uses it in the process of killing himself with it. What this shows is that Brutus had lost everything in the end because of how Cassius manipulated Brutus into killing Caesar in the first place. Also, All what Brutus wanted was to do the right thing for the people of Rome.
  • Farewell, good Strato. Caesar, now be still. I killed not thee with half so good a will.
  • Give me your hand first. Fare you well, my lord. - Strato
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