Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar
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  • Caesar Refuses the Crown
  • No thank you, Antony.
  • Cassius Leaves Anonymous Letters
  • I hope Brutus joins us.
  • Calpurnia's Dream
  • Oh no this is horrible, I have to warn my husband, Caesar.
  • Antony offers Caesar the crown three times, he refuses it each time. The people of Rome loved this and cheered Caesar on. When Caesar does this to show everyone that he wasn't in a rush to be crowned. This was an effort to make himself appear humble. This shows the reader that he was smart in trying to display a certain image of himself.
  • Caesar is Killed
  • Will they kill me too?!!?
  • Cassius leaves anonymous letters addressed to Brutus. He left them in many different locations. Cassius also comes to speak with Brutus. These were acts to try to get Brutus to join the forming group of conspirators against Caesar. If they got Brutus to join, this would work well for them. Brutus is very respected and everyone loves him. This could allow for the Romans to listen to Brutus and follow what he says. Brutus does end up joining the conspirators.
  • Brutus Betrays Caesar
  • Calpurnia wakes up from a horrifying dream suddenly. Her dream depicts that Caesar was murdered horrifically. Caesar has already been warned of danger. Caesar is weary about going to the Senate House after that. So Decius has to reinterpret  the dream, he calls Calpurnia a silly woman. 
  • Antony's Funeral Speech
  • Friends, Romans, countrymen..
  •  At the Senate House Caesar is killed. Casca is the first conspirator to stab Caesar. Then, each one of the conspirators stab him. Brutus is the final one to stab Caesar and he knows that Brutus contributed to his murder. There are other people there when it happens, they are very afraid and panicked that because they think they may be next.
  • Am I next??!
  •  Caesar is surprised and confused when he finds out Brutus was one of the conspirators. He thought that they were friends. Caesar probably felt beyond betrayed in this situation. Brutus loved Caesar but claimed that he loved Rome more. Brutus believed that under Caesar's rule they would all be slaves. Brutus wanted to do what he thought was best for his country. 
  • You too Brutus?
  • Antony acts as a friend to the conspirators. This gives him permission to speak at Caesar's funeral after Brutus does. They think he is no threat to them. Brutus was wrong about that , the crowd is easily persuaded. Antony speaks sarcastically about Brutus and the crowd turns to Antony's side because he was the last to perform his speech.
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