Cesar i will be so near that your best friends wish i were ferther
Act 3 scene 1
Et Tu Brute??
In the book a soothsayer calls out Cesar to warn him about his death"Beware the ides of march" ( A1: 1: LN 12-18) This soothesayer calls out Cesar to tell him of the ides of march and how he should watch his back and his friends.
Act 4 scene 1
Go fetch Cesars will
Cesar tells Trebonious to talk with him and be close to him. "Cesar, I will be so near that your best friends shall wish i was further." ( A2: 2: LN 119-124) He is telling Cesar that he will kill him soon but Cesar is too dumb to relize this.
Act 5 scene 5
kill me now Strato!
Cesar is killed by his friends and the consperetors as well as Brutus one of Cesars most trusted men and then Cesar says "Et Tu Brute??" (A3:1:LN 56) Cesar is asking why his best and most trusted man is stabing him as well and Cesar is shocked to find that he killed him as well.
Antony sends Lepidus to go get Cesar's will. "Lepidus, go you to Cesar's house; fetch the will hitter." (A4 :1: LN 7-8) in the book it is talking about how Antony wants to change Cesars will so that they would get the money and goods.
Brutus says to Strato to help him kill him self then Strato says "Give me your hand first. Fare you well my lord." (A5:5:49) this is all talking about when Brutus has a sword and cannot kill himself so he gets Strato to hold it while he throws himself onto the grave.
Cesar declined the crown 3 times in the book showing that if Cesar wanted to be king he could be the king. In the book Julius Cesar it says how he was or was capable of being a very powerful man with or without the crown he had followers who adored him for defeating Pampe in the book it states "i do not need the crown for the people hold Roam up." (A2:2:LN 34-37)