The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
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  • Act I: Sc 2
  • Antony while your running touch my wife.
  • Act II: Sc 1
  • We will not Kill Mark Antony.
  • Act III: Sc 1
  • In Act 1, Scene 2 Julius Caesar tells Mark Antony while hes running in the race to touch his wife. Calpurnia and Caesar are unable to have kids so this will release the curse. Act I, Sc 2, Pg 825 " When Caesar says Do It, it is performed." Mark Antony says he'll do what ever Caesar says.
  • Act IV: Sc 1
  • In Act II, Scene 1 Cassius wants to kill Caesar and Antony by cutting off their heads. Brutus doesn't agree with that and says they'll spare Antony and kill Caesar in a more respectful way. Act II, Sc 1, Pg 846 "We Shall be called purgers, not murderers And for Mark Antony, think not of him."
  • Act V: Sc 1
  • In Act III, Scene 1 Julius Caesar is killed by the conspiritors. Trebonius takes Antony out of the room. Then Metellus asked Caesar to forgive his brother. Casca then sneaks behind Caesar then stabs him. Then everyone starts to stab him. Act 3, Sc 1, Pg 863 "Speak Hands for me!" Then Casca stabs Caesar.
  • Theme
  • I trust your word Antony.
  • In Act IV, Scene 1 Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus begin the act by talking about who they'll kill. The reason the are going to kill these people because they want all the power to themselves and those people are people that might challenge them for power. Act IV, Sc 1, Pg 884 " These many then shall die; their names are pricked." 
  • In Act V, Scene 3 Antony fights Cassius and Octavius fights Brutus. Brutus calls to fight to early and Cassius wasn't ready and gets beat. Soon after he has his servant stab him. "Stand not to answer. Here take thou the hilts, And when my face is covered, as this now, Guide thou sword-Caesar, thou art revenged, Even with the sword that killed thee.
  • The theme of the story " The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" is never be to trustful. Caesar was killed by people that he thought of as friend's. And same with Brutus, he trusted Antony to not speak bad about the conspiritors but he ended up turning the roman people against him
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