Good Cinna, lay this paper in the praetor's chair. So Brutus can see it. And throw this at the window.
He's right. Im going now.
No, you have misinterpreted th dream. It promises goo events for the glory of Rome.
Not that i lover Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more.
None, Brutus, none
This is act 1 scene 3 of Julius Caesar. This scene shows part of Cassius's plan to bring brutus over to his side. The plan is to make brutus believe that the citizens of rome want him to be leader. so that he is mor likely to take down caesar.
Friends Romans countrymen, lend me your ears!
This is Act 2 of Julius Caesar. Decius Brutus tells Caesar that Calpurnias dream was misinterpreted. Also, That nothing like that was going to happen. Then, Caesar believes Decius and he leaves.
Brutus was an honorable man!
This is act 3 scene 2 of Julius Caesar. Brutus speaks at Caesars funeral and tells the people that Caesar didn't die for no reason. If he were still alive he would have destroyed Rome and the people. So he had to be taken care of.
This is act 4 of Julius Caesar. Brutus asks Antony to back up his deeds and actions by speaking to the crowd that witnessed the murder. Antony is supposed to agree with the conspirators. Antony backhandedly causes a riot and the conspirators flee the city.
This is act 5 of Julius Caesar. Antony forms an alliance that vows revenge for Caesar's death. Octavius and Lepidus go after the conspirators. Eventually all the conspirators commit suicide.