Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

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  • Act I: Sc I
  • Act II: Sc I
  • Should we kill Caesar
  • Act III: Sc I
  • Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!
  • In  this scene Flavius and Marullus  take down all the  decorations. They did this because they didn't like that Caesar defeated Pompey.  Then Flavius and Marullus  were banished.  (Act I: Sc: I Ln 60-65)
  • Act IV: Sc I
  • In this scene Brutus contemplates either to kill Caesar. Or not to kill Caesar.  As the scene progressed Brutus and the conspirators decided to kill Caesar.   (Act II : Sc I Ln 10-20)
  •                       Act V: Sc II
  • In this scene Brutus and the conspirators kill Caesar. This is important because its Caesars death.  The soothsayer had warned Caesar but Caesar didn't listen. (Act III: Sc: II Ln 79) 
  • Theme: Act III Sc I
  • In the scene the Soothsayer tries to warn Caesar about the " Ides Of March."  Although Caesar didn't care.  Caesar should of payed attention because his death is about to happen. (Act IV: Sc I: Ln 20-35) 
  • In this scene Brutus send Metellus to warn Cassius to prepare for war. Although Metellus doesn't make it in time Cassius was not prepared.  It caused Cassius and Brutus to suicide.  (Act V: Sc II: Ln 35-40)
  • The theme is don't trust people. Because your own friend could stab you in the back literally.   Et Tu, Brute?  (Act III: Sc I: Ln 79) I think this is important because Caesar trusted Brutus. 
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