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  • Act I : Sc ii
  • Beware the ides of march.
  • You're dreaming.
  • Act II : Sc i
  • Searching the window for flint, I found this paper thus sealed up.
  • Act III : Sc ii
  • I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke, but here i am to speak what I know.
  • In Act I, Scene ii, the Soothsayer tells Caesar "beware the ides of march" (I:ii:in 23). This is important because he is warning Caesar. The warning is about his death. Caesar thinks its a joke and does not care. The Soothsayer tries to warn him more. Caesar does not listen.
  • Act IV : Sc i
  • In Act I, Scene i, Lucius gives Brutus a letter. Lucius says "Searching the window for a flint, I found this paper thus sealed up" (II:i:in 36-37). This is important because this is how Brutus becomes part of the conspirators. He reads the letter, 15 days before ides of march. Brutus thinks it's good. The conspirators show up just as he finishes reading the letter.
  • Act V : Sc V
  • In Act III, Scene ii, Antony speaks in front of the people of Rome. He says "I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke, but here i am to speak what I know" (III:ii:in 101-102). This is important because Antony isn't being truthful. Antony is planning to get back at the conspirators. The reason is because they killed Caesar. Caesar was one of Antony’s friends.
  • Theme
  • In Act IV, Scene ii, Brutus tells Lucilius ¨do you the like, and let no man come to our tent¨ (IV:ii:In 50-51). This is important because Brutus and Cassius are fighting. Brutus doesn´t want the troops to hear them. If the troops hear them, they will go to Antony´s team. That would help Antony win.
  • Do you the like, and let no man come our tent
  • In Act V, Scene V, Antony calls Brutus ¨the noblest roman of them all¨ (V:V:In 78). Antony said this after Brutus is dead. This was important because Antony was mad at Brutus. Brutus killed Caesar. Antony was friends with caesar. Brutus also killed himself.
  • The noblest roman of them all
  • In Act I, Scene ii, Brutus tells Caesar ¨a soothsayer bids you beware the ides of march¨ (I:ii:in 19). This Is important because Caesar doesn´t care. Caesar should have cared, but since he didn´t it leads to his death. This is important because it teaches you to pay attention. It help you understand that when someone tells you to be aware, then maybe you should be aware.
  • A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of march
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