Act III

Act III
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  • Act III Scene I In this scene, the conspirators are trying to distract Caesar by asking for the return of Publius Cimber.
  • "Pardon, Caesar. Caesar, pardon. As low as to thy foot doth Cassius fall To beg enfranchisement for Publius Cimber."
  • CASCA and the other conspirators stab CAESAR. 
  • In this scene Caesar realized that even his good friend Brutus had betrayed him and that there was no point in trying to fight back.
  • "Et tu, Bruté?"
  • Act III Scene II In this scene, Brutus is delivering a speech to the people of Rome where he is addressing the reasons of why the conspirators did what they did. 
  • Be patient until I finish. Romans, countrymen, and friends! Listen to my reasons and be silent so you can hear."
  • After Brutus gave his speech, Marc Antony also gave a speech in which he talked about the conspirator's actions and the will of Caesar. 
  • "These are gracious tears. But if it overwhelms you to look at Caesar’s wounded cloak, how will you feel, kind men, now? Look at this, here is the man—scarred, as you can see, by traitors."
  • "Tear him apart for his bad verses, tear him up!"
  • "Tear him to pieces. He’s a conspirator."
  • Act III Scene III This scene was after Brutus's speech.  Many were influenced by what he said and wanted to get vengeance against the conspirators. Here we see an example of this.
  • "I am Cinna the poet, I am Cinna the poet!"
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