She dreamt tonight she saw my statue: which like a fountain with an hundred sprouts: did run pure blood, and many lusty romans came and did bathe their hands in it.
Act 3 : Scene 1
Speak hands for me!
Et Tu, Brute (then fell caesar)
The soothsayer warns Caesar about "the ides of march". But Caesar ignores the warning . This is important to the story because it story off with a warning. In which lets the reader know something big is going to happen.
Act 4 : Scene 1
Calpurnia dreams of Caesars death. That the conspritors have their hands in his blood. This is important to the story because it tells the reader another clue. In which this clue shows how caesar reacts to the warning signs.
Act 5 : Scene 5
This was the noblest Roman of them all
Caesar is killed by the conspritors. Caesar dies at the senate by what he thought were friends. This is important because its a big scene. And this scene might give the reader a more interesting thoughts about what has happened so far. This will also give the reader thought in which might happen next.
Antony forms a army against Brutus. Antony creates a list of the people hes going to kill. This is important to the story because it tells the reader that there will be another big scene. In which the reader will be persuaded into reading the rest of the story.
After the war Antony said that Brutus is the noblest roman of all. Antony also said that Brutus would get a proper buriel. This is important to the story because its another big scene in this section. It also tells us who won and what Antony thinks.
Artondis: "Caesar, beware of Brutus: Beware heed of cassius". Power has consequences. Caesar wanted power and ignored all signs of danger. In my opinion Caesar shouldve listened after the second warning he was given. The reason i picked this theme is because since Caesar was too selfish and ignored all warnings as a result he was killed.