Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar
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  • Beware the Ides of March
  • Your people will think you are a coward if you don't come
  • Julius please don't go. I had a terrible dream
  • The soothsayer is warning Julius about the Ides of March. Julius doesn't listen to him. Julius continues to walk into the Senate. Julius doesn't believe what the soothsayer was saying.
  • Can I carry Caesar's body outside and give a funeral speech in his honor
  • Yes, don't blame us in your speech, say we gave you permission to speak, speak in the same pulpit.
  • Calpurnia is talking to Julius about the dream she had. She did not want Julius to leave. Brutus showed up and convinces Julius to come to the senate. Calpurnia is scared.
  • We can't let them get stronger. We need to push the armies.
  • No, we need to stay here and let them get tired.
  • Julius is sitting in the senate. The conspirators are begging to Caesar. The conspirators stab Julius and kill him. Brutus stabs Julius last.
  • My army will go left 
  • No, my army will go left
  • Antony is sad that Caesar is dead. Antony asks Brutus if he can speak at the funeral. Brutus agrees to let him speak but under certain circumstances. Antony is planning to betray the conspirators. 
  • Brutus and Cassius are arguing about what their armies should do. Brutus thinks that they should push in before they get any stronger. Cassius thinks they should stay put and let them get tired on the way up here. Brutus ends up winning.
  • Antony and Octavius argue about whose soldiers will fight on each side of the field.They also stand and wait for Brutus and Cassius to attack. They all met up and figured everything out. Then finally attacked.
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