Julius Caesar Act 3

Julius Caesar Act 3
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  • O Caesar, read mine first, for mine's a suit That touches Ceaser nearer. Read it, great Ceaser.
  • What, urge you your petitions in the street? Come to the capitol
  • What touches us ourselves shall be last served.
  • Is there no voice worthy than my own To sound more sweely in great Ceaser's ear For the repealing of my banished brother?
  • I was firm in ordering that Cimber be vanished , and i remain firm in that decision.
  • Pardon him, Caesar, pardon him.
  • Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead!
  • Hands , speak for me!
  • Et tu, Brute?-Then fall, Ceaser.
  • It is not that I did not love Caeser, but I loved Rome more. If Caeser would have stayed alive we would have died as slaves under a tyrannical leader. He was too ambitious my fellow Romans , this is why he deserved to die. It was all for Rome!
  • Artemidorus comes to give Caesar the letter warning him, but Caesar dismisses it. Saying that anything that has to do with him right now is not a priority. 
  • Let him be Caesar!
  • Metellus and other conspirators beg Caesar to forgive Publious and let him come back. He refuses, giving the conspirators and excuse to kill him.
  • Brutus is an honorable man. But Caesar was not ambitious at all, he was my friend and was  as humble as can be. He was a great leader and did not deserve to die, so why can you not praise and mourn him now?
  • The conspirators kill Caeser. Caesar is most shocked when he realizes that Brutus is in on the murder. 
  • Then, let us all go to Brutus annd Cassius' homes and burn them all!
  • I am Cinna the poet!
  • He is Cinna the conspirator! take him away and tear him apart!
  • Brutus is giving his speech at Caesar's funeral. Justifying Caesar's death. The main points of his speech are that Ceasar would have not been a fit leader and that he would have gotten to much power and eventually become a tyrant.
  • Antony is now giving his speech. He says many times that Brutus and the conspirators are honorable men but that Caesar did not deserve to die. Eventually he convince the crowd and they turn against  Brutus.
  • The Romans now have great resentment towards the conspirators. They confuse Cinna the poet with Cinna the conspirator and so they attack him. Then agreeing to get revenge by going to the other conspirators' homes and doing the same.
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