"we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph"
"Why dost thou lead these men in the streets"
"Indeed. he is not fit."
Act 2 scene 1
"O, let us have him, for his silver hairs will purchase us good opinion"
"Then leave it out"
"Shall no man else be touched but only Caesar"
Act 3 scene 1
"And you to brutus"
in this scene Flavius gets into it with the commoners about them walking in the streets. They reply with how and why they are doing this and they say they were rejoicing with caesar's victory. This is a key act in this play because it shows how they senators hate Caesar and want him dead.
Act 4 scene 1
"These many then shall die: their names are pricked."
Brutus joins the conspiracy against Caesar. This is a key act in the play because it shows how they haft to think. As well as how to kill Caesar and how many people can see it or none at all. Brutus plays a key role in this because caesar has the most trust in brutus.
Act 5 scene 5
"He was the noblest roman of them all"
When the senators kill Caesar he was more sad about Brutus than any other. This act in the play was a key part because this was the climax when all the other commoners were sad and Antony was trying to get the commoners on his side. The reason why they killed caesar was because they were thinking for the greater good for the roman people.
the theme is ambition
In this scene is when antony is talking to the other people who are wanting to kill the conspirators to get revenge for caesar. This plays a key role because it shows how they really want to kill the conspirators. ANd they also talk about the after game.
"I do consent"
"Your brother too must die; consent you. Lepidus?"
In this scene antony walks up on to a mountain where brutus killed himself with the help of strato and he said he was a noble roman for doing so. this is a key part because it is the end of the play and hence forth the battle of caesar is over and caesar got his revenge. the war came to an end after brutus killed himself.
the theme is ambition because the people who plotted to kill Caesar was to ambitious in their plot. They forgot to think about their actions and how it was going to affect their lives in a bad way