¨Which drizzled blood upon the capitol; the noise of battle hurtled in the air¨. (II:ii:Ln 21-22)
Act III: Sc i
¨Speak hands for me¨. (III:i:Ln 78)
The Soothsayer tells Caesar to beware the ides of march. Caesar ignored the Soothsayer. If Caesar would not have been so arrogant and listened to him the story would of changed completely. He did not think anything of it and went on with his daily life.
Act Vi: Sc III
"To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi" (Vi: iii: Ln 283)
Calpurnia has a bad dream when she wakes up and tells Caesar not to go to work. But he doesn't listen to her and goes anyways. This is the most important part because if Caesar would of listened to her then he would of saved himself. This goes back to how arrogant Caesar is and doesn't think anything will happen.
Act V: Sc iii
"To see my best friend ta'en before my face" (V: iii: Ln 34)
Casa calls out the words to stab Caesar. This is the most important part because this is what the rest of the story is about and the wars later on. This is also when Caesar realizes he is going to die and all of the people that told him to beware where right. they keep stabbing him until he dies and then washes their hands in his blood.
Caesars ghost appears and tells Burtus that he will see him at Philippi. What the ghost says means that Brutus will die at Philippi. This is the most important part because as soon as Burtus hears this he leaves with his army. Brutus leaving for Philippi screws up the plan with Cassius, which makes Brutus give the call too early.
This is the part where Cassius dies. I think is this the most important part because after his death everyone pretty much gives up. Also there was a few people that killed their self's because of his death like Titinus. This is the start of Brutus and Cassius losing the war.
In Julius Caesar the main theme would be ambition. An example would be whenever he gets assassinated. Ambition is when someone has a strong desire to do something. Cassius and Brutus had the desire to assassinate Caesar which shows the ambition they had for it.