"Go,go,good country men, and for this fault. Assemble all the poor men of your sort" (I: i: ln 57-58). To me this means that the people need to return home for they have done wrong. they are celabrating Caesars return after killing Pompies Children. They did the same when Pompie returned in triumph. Flavius and Marullus don't want Caesar to have power within the people so they start to take down decorations.
ACT IV: Sc I
"Brutus, thou sleep'st; awake, and see thyself." (II:i: ln 46-47). this is when Cassius whats Brutus to join his conspiracy against Caesar. In this Cassius is also wanting Brutus to see how the people look up to him. This also shows how people can be persuasive through simple messages.
ACT IV:Sc III
" O Caesar, read mine first; for mine's a suit That touches Caesar nearer." (III:i: ln 6-7). this shows how high and mighty Caesar thinks he is. If he would have read Artemidorus letter Caesar might have lived. This would have changed history forever.
The theme of this tragic story is that no matter what you do no matter the reason there will always be consequences.
"Your brother too must die; consent you, Lepidus" (IV : i : ln 2-3). In this scene Octavius is asking Lepidus to basically to kill his brother. This show how greedy people can be. Also how power hungry they are.
In this scene Brutus and Cassius are arguing. They are arguing about funding for brutus's army. Cassius clames the messenger mest up the message. After this scene the battle begins.