"Ceasar must bleed for it. Gentle friends, lets kill him bodly; but not warthfully." (page846)
Act 3: Scene 1
The Soothsayer is telling Ceasar to beware the Ides of March. This is being said because it is a warning for Ceasar. Ceasar blows it off and does not think anything of it, because he does not think anything bad can happen to him. This is important because it shows his true colors and how he thinks so much of himself.
Act 4: Scene 1
"He shall not live; look with a spot I damn him." (page884)
Brutus joins the others to plan to kill Ceasar. Brutus only joins because he wants it for Rome not himself. Brutus thinks that Rome does not need a king. This is important because Ceasar thinks that him and Brutus are friends.
Act 5: Scene 3
"When my face is covered, as 'tis now. Guide thou the sword. Ceasar, thou art revenged."
Ceasar is getting stabbed and he sees that Brutus is also in on it. He dies of a broken heart and the stab wounds. When he sees Brutus he says " Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Ceasar." (page 863) Ceasar says this because if Brutus wants him dead then so does everyone else. Brutus is an honorable man and is very honest.
"He as a dreamer, let us leave him. Pass" (page 826)
"Beware the Ides of March."
Antony and Octavious are taking about the battle and Antony wants to end all the guys that have killed Ceasar. Antony wants to make them pay. This is important because he told Brutus and the group that he would not go against him. Also important because it tells there is going to be a battle.
Cassius kills himself because he is told that his friend had been killed. That was a false statement but Cassius was dead before knowing. Since Ceasar killed himself it caused two more deaths. Others had killed themselves because of one little misunderstanding.
Power and greed is the theme of this story. If Ceasar would not have been so ambitious and thisty for power. Brutus and the rest would not wanted to kill him and think he was bad for Rome. It made Brutus and them greedy. In this it shows how Ceasar is ambitous.