¨Hence! Home, you idle creatures, get you home¨! (I: 1: 1-5)
Act II: Sc II
¨Alas, good Cassius, do not think of him. If he love Caesar all that he can do¨ ( II: 2: Ln 185- 190)
Et tu, Brute? (III:1: Ln 75 -80)
Act III: Sc I
In Act I, Scene 1, Flavius and Marullus are taking down decorations from the celebration of Caesar killing Pompey. They do not think that people should celebrating the killing of Pompey. They start getting really angry and start taking down all the decorations and telling people to go home. I chose this moment because it first shows the hatred towards Caesar and that's why it's important.
Act IV:Sc III
¨To tell thee tho shalt see me at Philippi¨(IV:3: Ln 280-285)
In Act II, Scene 2, the seven conspirators plotting their plan to kill Caesar. This is very important to this act because it tells how they're going to kill him. I chose this scene because you find out what person is going to do what in the killing. It shows that all conspirators killed Caesar.
Act V : Sc II
¨Ride, ride, Messala, ride and give those bills Unto the legions on the other side¨(V:II: Ln 2-3)
In Act III, Scene 1, Brutus is Stabbing Caesar in this Scene. I think this is an important part of the act because the main character is dying and it starts the climax of the story. The rest of story would've happened if Caesar died and that's why I chose this moment.
Theme Act Sc
In Act IV, Scene III, Brutus is visited by the ghost of Caesar. The ghost of Caesar tells Brutus " I'm going to see you at Philippi". Caesar is basically saying that Brutus is going to die and get defeated by Antony. I chose this moment because it shows that Brutus is going to die and that's why it's important.
In Act V, Scene II, Brutus calls the battle for Cassius and Antony . Brutus called it to early and caused Cassius to lose the battle with Antony. Cassius has help killing himself because he thought Titinius got captured, After Brutus loses the battle to Antony he kills himself. I chose this moment because Brutus and Cassius died and that's why it's important.
The theme is be careful who you trust because even salt looks like sugar. This theme goes along with the story because Caesar trusted everyone and ended up getting killed.