Act 3 Julius Caesar

Act 3 Julius Caesar
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  • Act 3, Scene 1
  • Hail, Caesar! Read this schedule! Delay not, read it instantly.
  • What, is the fellow mad? 
  • Act 3, Scene 1
  • Et tu, Brute? 
  • Act 3, Scene 1
  • Friends am I with you all, and love you all. And in the pulpit, as becomes a friend, speak in the order of his funeral.
  • You shall, Mark Antony. And you shall speak in the same pulpit whereto I am going, after my speech is ended.
  • Artemidorus wants to give Caesar a letter warning him of the conspiracy. However, Caesar considers him to be crazy and thus ignores his request to read it.
  • Act 3, Scene 2
  • Believe me for my honor. Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more. As he was ambitious, I slew him. 
  • The conspirators finally go through with their plan to kill Caesar. Brutus stabs him last and at this, Caesar feels betrayed by him and then dies.
  • Act 3, Scene 2
  • Caesar was my friend, faithful and just to me. But Brutus says he was ambitious, and Brutus is an honorable man. 
  • Antony pretends to support the conspirators' decision to kill Caesar. He asks to speak in his funeral but Cassius has doubts about this. Nonetheless, Brutus tells Antony he can speak as long as he gives the people reason for Caesar's death.
  • Act 3, Scene 3
  • It is no matter, his name's Cinna.
  • Tear him, tear him! 
  • Brutus managed to convince the plebeians that Caesar's death was justified because as he puts it, Caesar was ambitious. The crowd begins to praise Brutus and the conspirators for their act.
  • Live, Brutus, live, live!
  • This Caesar was a tyrant!
  • Antony uses a lot of verbal irony in his speech. He makes the crowd question the credibility of the conspirators and the justification of Caesar's death. Antony implies that they are traitors and the people must seek revenge.
  • We'll mutiny!
  • We'll burn the house of Brutus! 
  • The plebeians kill Cinna the poet just for having the same name as one of the conspirators. This shows the mutiny that Caesar's death has caused in Rome. 
  • I am Cinna the poet, I am not Cinna the conspirator!
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