Julius Caesar Storyboard

Julius Caesar Storyboard

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  • Act I:Sc 2
  • Act II:Sc 3
  • Act III:Sc 1
  • In Act I, Scene 2, Casca says to Brutus that Antony offered the crown to Caesar but Caesar refused the crown after the Feast of Lupercal. "Then he offered it to him again; then he put it by again;" (I:ii:ln 239-240) This scene is important because it shows that Caesar was offered the crown but turned it down. The people do not like that he refused it and the conspirators do not want him to have the crown.
  • Act IV:Sc 3
  • In Act II Scene 3, Artemidorus is in a street near the capitol, close to Brutus's house reading a paper. He is warning Caesar to beware of Brutus. He says to beware of all of the conspirators. He says that if he reads it he may live. "There is but one mind in all these men, and it is bent against Caesar." (II:iii:ln 5-6)
  • Act V:Sc 5
  • In Act III, Scene 1, Artemidorus has a paper that he wants Caesar to read. The paper was a warning for Caesar to watch out for the conspirators. If Caesar read the paper, he might've lived. This scene is very important because Caesar could have lived if he read the paper. "O Caesar, read mine first; for mine's a suit that touches Caaesar nearer. Read it, Great Caesar." (III:i: ln 6-7)
  • THEME Act I:Sc 2
  • In Act IV, Scene 3, Caesar's ghost comes and visits Brutus while he is dreaming. He says that he will see Brutus at Phillipi meaning that Brutus will die at Phillipi and Caesar will see him. This is important because it foreshadows what will happen at Phillipi. "To tell thee thou shalt see me at Phillipi." (IV:iii: ln 283)
  • In Act V, Scene 5, Octavius and Antony are having a conversation about Brutus and his death. Antony said that Brutus was the noblest Roman of them all. Octavius wants to have a respectful burial for Brutus. This is important because before they did not like him but now they say he is a noble Roman. "This was the noblest Roman of them all."(V:iiiii:ln 68)
  • In Act I, Scene 2, Cassius was having a conversation about Caesar and how he refused the crown. After Brutus left, Cassius starts talking and saying that Caesar is ambitious. This is important because it is the start of how they thouht he was too ambitious. Being cocky doesn't get you anywhere. "Caesar's ambition should be glanced at."(I:ii:ln 320)
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