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Julius Ceaser Summary
Updated: 9/6/2020
Julius Ceaser Summary
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Storyboard Description

A quick summary of the play "Julius Ceaser" by William Shakespeare.

Storyboard Text

  • He's a dreamer. Let's continue
  • Beware the ides of March...
  • Meanwhile
  • We will kill Julius on March 15th. He has too much power. Why is his name more important than mine or yours?
  • Sad... I really like Ceaser...
  • He will die. We will help kill him. On March 15th we will hold a ceremony and stab him
  • On the 15th of March, Ceaser meets the group, ignoring his wifes protests.
  • Men, are we ready?
  • Get him!!!
  • He is killed
  • Ceaser is dead. This is the best for all of us. He was too ambitious.
  • Julius wept when you cried. He turned down the crown multiple times. He brought victory to Rome. This isn't right...
  • He's right... this wasn't the best thing for Rome!
  • Octavius and Anthony went to battle with Cassius and Brutus. They tunred out victories after the two killed themselves.
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