Murellus: Why are you not working? For Pompey is still greater than Caesar.
Act 1, Scene 1
Cobbler: I am simply a cobbler on holiday to celebrate the great Caesar.
Flavius: Yes, you should not be celebrating, for I will start to take down the decorations.
Act 2, Scene 1
Brutus: I cannot have Caesar crowned. The power will go to his head resulting in corruption. I must listen to my people through the letter.
Brutus's servant: Sir, you have received a letter.
Act 3, Scene 1
Caesar: Et tu, Brute? Why are you killing me, I should have listened to everyone who tried to stop me.
Brutus: We must now bathe our hands in Caesar's blood for peace has come again.
Act 3, Scene 2
Brutus: Caesar is now dead for the goodness of Rome and its people. This was a necessary action that had to be taken place for peace.
Antony: Caesar was a great man who should have not been killed. He has done great things for Rome and has left his wealth for the citizens. You need to kill those who killed Caesar.
Act 4, Scene 2
Brutus: Cassius is being less cooperative than usual. But we cannot argue, let's go inside the tent to work things out.
Cassius: You have treated me badly and I do not want to work with you. However, we must prepare for battle with Octavius.
Octavius: The battle was a gruesome one. However, Antony and I came out on top with Brutus and Cassius left dead. Nonetheless, Brutus was a honorable Roman even though Caesar was killed on his behalf.