Caesar

Caesar
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  • Act l : Scene ll
  • Beware the ides of March.
  • Let us pass.
  • Act ll : Scene ll
  • Don't go, you will die!
  • Foolish dream Calpurnia.
  • It was a vison fair and fortunate.
  • Act lll : Scene ll
  • We shall Revenge Caesar!
  • They were great and honorable men!
  • Kill all the conspiritors!
  • The soothsayer is telling Caesar to "Beware the ides of March." (I : i : ln 18). Caeser is looking down on the soothsayer. He ignores the first warning of his death. He then passes the soothsayer and walks away. Caeser is to full of himself to listen to the warning and thinks he is invulnerable. "He is a dreamer, let us leave him. Pass." ( I : ii : ln 24).
  • Act lV : Scene lll
  • We will March to Philippi tonight!
  • Thou shalt see me at Philippi.
  • Calpurnia had a dream of many bad things happening if Caesar left the house to go to the Senate House. The conspiritors had a plan that Decius would convince him to go so they could kill him on they way.  Since Caesar is gulible he believed his friend so he wouldn't look weak if he didn't show up. Caesar ignored the second warning that he would die. 'How foolish do your fears seem now, Calpurnia! / I am ashamed I did yeild to them. / Give me my robe, for I will go.
  • Act V : Scene lll
  • Brutus won against Octavius!
  • O my Lord! Titinius is surrounded!!
  • Antony is talking to the Roman people at Caesar's funeral. He convinces the people that the death of Caesar was a tragedy and the conspititors were honorable men but did a wrong deed of killing Caesar. Antony promised he wouldn't say anything bad about Brutus or the conspiritors and he didn't but the people believed anything anyone told them. They wanted revenge for Caesar. Antony started chaos and that was his plan all along. "Now let it work: Mischief, thou art afoot, / Take thou what course thou wilt." (III : ii : ln 261-262).
  • Theme
  • This was the noblest Roman of them all.
  • While Brutus was sleeping Caesar's ghost says to Brutus "To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi." (IV : iii : ln 283). Brutus makes the descion to March to Philippi that night. As they are marching the eagles are flying with them but then once they get to Philippi the buzzards fly overhead. Its a warning and Cassius is nervous about what's to happen. It's forshadowing Brutus's and Cassius's deaths.
  • Cassius told his Titinius to ride down and see what's going on after the first round of battle. He sends Pindarus up the hill to watch what happens. Pindarus sees Tininius surrounded by horsemen and tells Cassius that they killed him. Cassius is so sad that he sent his best friend to his death so he tells Pindarus to kill him. Cassius's death will most likely be the downfall of Rome. "So in his red blood Cassius' day is set. / The sun of Rome is set. Our day is gone; / Clouds, dews, and dangers come; our deeds are done!" (V : iii : ln 62-64).
  • Kill me Pindarius.
  • I think the theme is honor can end ambition. Brutus killed Caesar at the beginning and himself at the end for Rome and the Roman people. Brutus was so trusting in everyone which lead to him getting stabbed in the back. Antony honored him with a proper burial. Brutus was the only one who didnt kill Caesar for himself and power. He took out a unfit ruler for the chance that things would be better. "He, only in a general honest thought / And common good to all, made one of them." (V : v : ln 71-72).
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