Calpurnia had a dream, and thinks I am going to die.
Act 3:Sc 1
¨Eu tu Brute¨
Caesar went to war with Pompey and defeated him. They went to war, just because Caesar wanted Pompey out. Also, Caesar wanted more power. "But / indeed, sir, we make holiday to see / Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph"( I: i: Ln 31-33). Caesar is very naive, so him being like that, he was very trusting to the people around him.
Act 4:Sc 3
"She dreamt tonight she saw my statue, / Which, like a fountain with an hundred spouts, / Did run pure blood"(II:ii:Ln 76-78). Calpurnia had a dream that Caesar was killed and the Romans were bathing their hands in Caesar´s blood. She told him to stay home, but Decius convinced Caesar to go to work. Caesar going to work, let the conspirators get close to him, so then they can kill Caesar.
Act 5:Sc 5
Brutus was the noblest one of them all.
In act 3, scene 1 all of the conspirators stab Caesar. Although Caesar does get stabbed 32 times, Shakespeare writes that, Caesar died of a broken heart when he sees Brutus stab him. "Et tu, Brute?-Then fall Caesar"(III:i:Ln 85). The reason that the conspirators killed Caesar was because they thought that Caesar was going to be a bad king.
I am the best person in the world!!
The ghost of Caesar came to Brutus, at night, and said the Brutus will see Caesar at Philippi."To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi"(IV:iii:Ln 290). Meaning, Brutus is going to die. Since the ghost of Caesar came to Brutus, I think that Brutus was scared to go into battle the next day. Then, the next day, Brutus and Cassius made a pact, that if their side is clearly losing, the would rather kill themselves than be slaves, for Antony and Octavius.
You will see me at Philippi..
When Cassius realized that they were losing, he decided to kill himself. Then, when Brutus sees Cassius is dead, Brutus decides to kill himself, also. Antony and Octavius realize that Brutus and Cassius were dead, he says the Brutus was the noblest man of them all. "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:Ln 73-75). Antony says that Brutus did the wrong thing, but for the right reasons. Also, he was the only one who didn't envy Caesar.
I think the main theme of Julius Caesar, is that arrogance can have deadly results. Caesar died because to his arrogance, which led to him being ambitious. "But I am as constant as the northern star, / Of whose true fixed and resting quality"(III:i:Ln 65-66). The conspirators killed Caesar because they thought that he was going to be a bad king, because Caesar was way to arrogant. For example, Caesar ignored all of the warning signs leading up to his death, because he was just focused on himself.