We should look forward to you becoming king, I have offered you the crown three times in front of the crowds, and they cheered wildly. Why did you not accept?
Marc Anthony i cannot accept the crown at this time, I must think carefully about your offer.
Cassius tells Brutus to kill Caesar (Rising Action)
I bear no ill feelings against Caesar, but I will carefully consider what you have said. I only want to do as the people of Rome wish. You have given me much to think about.
Brutus, my friend, go home this evening and consider the terrible things that might happen to Rome if Caesar is made king. Maybe we should meet later to speak more about this.
Julius is murdered (Climax)
Et tu, Brute?
Caesar and Marc Antony are talking about why Julius won't accept the thrown.
Marc finding Caesar (Falling Action)
Oh, mighty Caesar, do you lie so low? Are all of your conquests, glories, triumphs, and spoils shrunk to this tiny measure? Brutus, I only ask that if you intend to murder me as well, do it quickly and get it over with.
Cassius is trying to convice Brutus to join in on his plan to murder Caesar.
Marc speaking upon Caesar (Falling Action)
Brutus would have you believe that Caesar wanted the crown only to bestow riches upon himself, but I have here in my possession Caesar’s last will and testament. Caesar brought much wealth and glory to Rome, and in his will and testament, he gave a sum of money to every Roman citizen; and furthermore, he ordered that his private gardens be made public.
Julius releases that even Brutus wants him dead so he stops fighting the senates and accepts his death and defeat.
The battle is not going well. Many of my men are being killed, and others are quickly fleeing. Brutus’s men are not performing well, either. All is lost, I fear, and there is nothing for me to do but have my faithful servant plunge this sword into my body. Here, servant, go ahead. Caesar, you win even from the grave, as I am now being killed by the same sword that I thrust into you.
Marc has just found Julius dead and is worried for his own life.
Marc speaks about the good of Caesar at his funeral