Julius Caesar

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  • 'Beware The Ides of March'
  • "Beware the Ides of March"
  • The first seeds of doubt
  • "Why doth he bestride this world like a colossus, while we petty men ..."
  • The swaying of Brutus
  • "Hmm... A letter"
  • Caesar after returning triumphant from Pompey's defeat is welcomed by a huge crowd. However a warning is given by a mysterious figure in the doorway saying 'Beware the Ides of March' . But the arrogant Caesar gives no heed.
  • The gathering 
  • "Come in, out of the ears of the unfriendly'"
  • Cassius confronts Brutus and says how unfair it is for Caesar to be esteemed so highly while the rest of them are of less importance. The first seeds of doubt are sown in Brutus's mind.
  • A heart pierced
  • "Let us bring forth our wrath"
  • "Let us leave Cassius; our work is done"
  • Cassius and Casca plot to gain Brutus's faith. By leaving some letters at his statue where they would definitely be found Brutus would be swayed to the belief of Cassius. Designed to be from many citizens in despair at the crowning of Caesar, the letters mixed in with pleas for Brutus's help would make Brutus see the horror Caesar would bring.
  • The mourning of Caesar 
  • Brutus, Cassius and the rest of the sly conspirators gather at the twelth hour to discuss the terrible plot. With being out of the ears of anyone unfriendly they converse freely but with haste. For the next day is the day Caesar shall fall. 
  • At the senate the conspirators strike blow after blow on the terrible Caesar. The emperor pays the price for his arrogance of dismissing the soothsayer and lies weak on the verge of death. With the crowd in both confusion and fear Brutus strikes last. The heart of Caesar is pierced.
  • "Et tu Brute?"
  • Mark Anthony, a loyal and beloved friend of the once so powerful Caesar, mourns at the sight of Caesar's body. After Brutus gives a speech about the terror Caesar would bring, Anthony convinces the general of the lies the murderers speak and the qualities of Caesar. By contradicting Brutus the crowd is aroused to Anthony's voice and Brutus is left with many problems.
  • "May he rest in peace"
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