In this scene, Caesar comes back to Rome after his victory over Pompey. Flavius and Marullus tell everyone to go home then talk to the Cobbler. The Cobbler says, " sir, we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph." ( I : i : In 32-33 ) Then they all got sent home.
Act IV: Scene iii
In this scene the conspiracy comes and talks to Brutus about Caesar. They ask him to join the conspirators in stopping Caesar's triumph. When the conspirators come in Brutus says their full name.he also says, " They are the faction. O conspiracy, Sham'st thou to show thy dang'rous brow at night." ( II : i : In 77-78 )
Act V: Scene v
Here is the scene of Caesar's death. All of them surrounded him and drew their daggers and each of them stabbed Caesar. When he saw Brutus, he stumbled towards him. Brutus shrugged him off and stabbed Caesar and Caesar said, " Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar." ( II : i : In 78 ) He thought if his own best friend was there to kill him then he deserved to die.
Caesar's ghost appears to Brutus in this scene when he's almost asleep and it appears. One major thing Caesar's ghost said was, " To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi." ( IV : iii : In 280-285 ) This is a big wake up call to Brutus that Caesar could inflict on his plans. When the ghost is gone, Brutus asks everyone if they saw anything.
In this scene Brutus ends up killing himself. He thought that he had already lost so he didn't want to be a prisoner. In the end Antony calls Brutus the noblest Roman. In his words, " This was the noblest Roman of them all. All the conspirators save only he did that they did in envy of great Caesar." ( V : v : In 65-70 )
I believe the theme of this book is ambition. Ambition is what got Caesar, Cassius, and Brutus killed. Caesar was too eager do too much. Cassius thought his best friend was killed so he killed himself. Brutus was too ambitious so he started the war without consideration if Cassius was ready. He was also too ambitious and didn't prepare enough so his army lost, which made him kill himself.