The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
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  • Act 1 Conflict
  • Caesar does not deserve this honor, we must take action. 
  • You are not the only person in Rome to feel that way Brutus
  • Even though I respect Caesar I don't believe he is what's best for Rome.
  • If it is what the people want I will join you Cassius
  • Act 1 or 2 Rising Action
  • Brutus, I don't think I am going to go to the senate. My wife believes something bad will happen. I am beginning to be concerned. 
  • Do not become concerned my friend, I am sure your wife if just misinterpreting her dreams.
  • Act 2 Climax
  • You were in on this Brutus, I thought you were my trusted friend. 
  • After the Battle of Pompey, Marc Antony is speaking with Julius Caesar about excepting the offer of being crowned the King of Rome. Caesar is unsure about what to do. Some people in Rome including some of his soldiers don't think it is in the best interest of Rome or they just don't want to see Caesar in power. They want him gone.
  • Act 3 Falling Action
  • Some of you may not have liked Caesar since he was offered the crown, but i can tell you he took time to consider the offer. I am not speaking of badly of Brutus and Cassius who didn't want him to be king so they stabbed him.
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  • Caesar has accepted the offer to be king of Rome. Caesar is unsure if he should go to the senate today because his wife is worried something bad will happen to him. Caesar confides in Brutus about what his wife thinks may happen and that he is starting to feel the same way. 
  • Act 4 Falling Action
  • Cassius and Brutus meet Caesar at the senate to carry out their plan. Caesar is unaware and is stabbed by Brutus and Cassius. Marc Antony arrives right after it happens and knows that if he says anything about this they will kill him as well, so instead he offers to speak at Caesar's funeral. 
  • Act 5 Resolution
  • Where is Brutus and Cassius!?
  • There! They have killed themselves with their own swords. The battle is won.
  • Marc Antony got to speak at Caesar's funeral honoring Caesar's accomplishments and him as a person. Marc Antony ends up telling everyone who attended that he saw Brutus and Cassius stab Caesar. 
  • Brutus and Cassius fled Rome. Octavius and Marc Antony  along with their armies were hunting them down to punish them for their crime against Caesar. 
  • Brutus and Cassius realize there is no way for them to get out of the battle alive so they decide to take their own lives so they don't have to die by someone else's sword. Octavius and Marc Antony will allow Brutus to have an honorable funeral but not Cassius. 
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