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  • Act I: Sc II
  • Act II: Sc I
  • Act III: Sc I
  • The Soothsayer warns Caesar. The Soothsayer says "Beware the ides of March ( I:ii: Ln 23). After the Soothsayer warns Caesar that the ides of march are coming he starts making fun of him. This is important because Caesar begins to believe he is crazy and doesn't want to hear anything he wants to say.
  • Act IV: Sc III
  • Brutus says " They are the faction. O conspiracy Sham'st thou to show thy dang'rous brow by night.. ( II:i:Ln78-79). Brutus had just received the anonymous letter from Cassius and the conspirators showed up at Brutus's door. Brutus has joined the conspirators team in there plot to kill Caesar. Brutus talks Cassius into not killing Antony along with Caesar.
  • Act V: Sc III
  • The conspirators show up a Caesar's house to walk him to the capital of Rome. When Casca says " Speak hands for me ( III: i: Ln 78". all the conspirators stab Caesar. While they are stabbing Caesar, Antony is running home to hide under is cover. The conspirators kill Caesar because they think they are doing what is best for Rome. Cassius and Brutus tell Antony they aren't going to kill him.
  • Theme: Act III :Sc II
  • The ghost of Caesar appears to Brutus. Caesar's ghost says "to tell thee thou shalt see me at philippi"(IV:iii: Ln 282). When Caesars ghost leaves he wakes everyone and asks if they had seen him when they reply with "no" he calls for Cassius. Brutus then starts to march to philippi to get the fight done and over with. 
  • Brutus gave the signal to early and Cassius's army wasn't ready to begin the battle. Cassius sends Titinius  to see what is going on while Pindarus was watching him. Pindarus say "Titinius is enclosed round about with horseman that make him on the spur" ( V:iii: Ln 27-28). After Cassius hears the news he thinks he led Titinius to his death and kills himself for it.
  • The theme is Don't always trust people would say one thing but do another. Its this theme because Antony says " Our Caesar's vesture wounded? Look you here, here himself, marred as you see with traitors" (III:ii: Ln 197-198). Antony had told Brutus and Cassius that he would not say anything about the traitors but had pointed out stab wounds and had been saying who it was from. If Brutus had not have left he wouldn't have said anything that he did.
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