THE trajedty of ceRSER

THE trajedty of ceRSER
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  • Join me Brutus and Rome will be yours.
  • Cassius tells Brutus he should join him
  • Portia ask Brutus whats wrong
  • Please tell me what is wrong Brutus.
  • Caesar gets killed
  • You too Brutus?
  • This scene is a turning point in the play. In the scene is Brutus and Cassius. Cassius in this scene is trying to convince Brutus to join him in his plan. This matters because the future of how the play turns out is determined in this scene. This adds to the play because it shows how Cassius is trying to turn people against Caesar.
  • Brutus give a funeral speech
  • This scene takes place at the house of Brutus. In the scene is Brutus and his wife Portia. Portia in this scene is trying to convince Brutus to tell her whats on his mind. This matters because it shows that Brutus can't make up his mind about joining Cassius or not.  This matters because if he joins or not will determine what happens to him and his wife. this adds to the play because it shows that Brutus is distraught over this.
  •  Brutus see the ghost of Caesar
  • This is the scene where Caesar is stabbed to death. In the scene there is Brutus and Caesar. During the scene Brutus is delivering the final stab that killed Caesar. This matters because it shows that Cassius' plan has been completed and Caesar has been killed.  This adds to the play because Rome no longer has a ruler.
  • This is the scene where Brutus praises Caesar and explains why he did it. In this scene is Brutus. He is explaining to the people of Rome why he killed Caesar. This matters because Brutus is a very respected man and lots of people listen to him. This adds to the play because it shows he's trying to have people join his side.
  • No body loved Caesar more then I did.
  • This scene is in Brutus's tent at night. In the scene is Brutus and the ghost of Caesar. During the scene Caesar is explaining how he will see Brutus at his next battle.This matters because it is foreshadowing the death of Brutus. This adds to the play because it is displaying that Caesar  is going to get his revenge.
  • I will see you soon friend.
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