The tragedy of Julius Caesar

The tragedy of Julius Caesar
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  • I accept the crown thank you Rome.
  • i must stop Caesar before he is too powerful.
  • They make good points i will join the conspiracy.
  • Et tu Brute.
  • Caesar needed to die.!
  • This scene is Caesar accepting the crown and becoming the new king of Rome before Caesar had not accepted the crown before hand.
  • Praise Brutus!
  • Brutus is at his home after talking to the conspirators. Brutus is unsure at first but decides to join the conspiracy and kill Caesar. 
  • I will see you again at Phillipi.
  • I shall see you there.
  • In this scene Caesar has been killed he was stabbed to death by the conspiracy Brutus is the last one to stab him. This surprises Caesar because Brutus is Caesars best friend and Caesars last word were et tu Brute.
  • Caesar, now be still, I kill'd not the with half so good a will.
  • Brutus talks to the public and explains that the conspiracy had planned and killed Caesar. The crown loved Brutus for that. The crowd the crowd agreed with Brutus that Caesar should be killed.
  • Brutus is about to go to bed until he sees Caesars ghost. Caesars ghost speaks to Brutus and tells him he will see Brutus at Phillipi.
  • In this last scene Brutus asks Stratos to hold his sword while Brutus ran into it Sratos agreed. Then Brutus runs into his sword killing himself before he dies Brutus says "Caesar, now be still, I kill'd not the with half so good a will."
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