In Act II, Scene II of Julius Caesar, Calpurnia says ¨What mean you, Caesar? Think you to walk forth?¨ (II:2:ln 10-15). Calpurnia is asking if Caesar will go forth to see the senators. Caesar does not know if he should go, he has suspicious thoughts. The conspirators are making Caesar suspicious. Caesar decides not to go for another day.
ACT IV - Scene I
Go tell the people Caesar is dead!
As you wish.
In Act III, Scene I of Julius Caesar, Caesar says ¨The ides of March are come.¨ (III:1:ln 5-10). Caesar is speaking to the Soothsayer, saying something bad is going to happen. The Soothsayer warns Caesar about the ides of March on several different occasions. Caesar is not sure of what is going to happen yet. Caesar continues on with his suspicion.
ACT V - Scene III
I will look away, you shall kill me.
Cassius...If you truly wish.
In Act III, Scene I of Julius Caesar, Cinna says ¨Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Run hence, proclaim, cry it about in the streets." (III:1:ln 70-75) Cinna and the conspirators had killed Caesar. The conspirators killed Caesar because of his arrogance. The play goes on to tell Caesar's story and how he impacted Rome. Caesar is the main character throughout the entire story, even when he is dead.
ACT V - Scene V
Brutus was the noblest Roman of them all.
In Act IV, Scene I of Julius Caesar, Antony says "These many shall die; their names are pricked." (IIII:1:ln 1-5) Antony and the conspirators are discussing who should be killed next. The conspirators go on to tell Rome the story of how Caesar was killed. The conspirators believe that they did Rome a favor. The conspirators do not realize they did something very wrong.
In Act V, Scene III of Julius Caesar, Cassius says "Come down; behold no more. O, coward that I am, to live so long, To see my best friend ta'en before my face!" (IIIII:3:ln 25-30) Cassius had told Pindarus to kill him. Cassius had though Titinius had been killed, so he wanted to be dead too. Brutus had made the call too early, which put a damper in their plan. This scene foreshadows the next death in Rome.
In Act V, Scene 5 of Julius Caesar, Antony says "This was the noblest Roman of them all." (IIIII:5:ln 70-75) Antony is speaking to Brutus in this scene. Brutus threw himself onto a sword to commit suicide. Brutus did this act in honor of Caesar. This fact is the reason Antony acknowledged Brutus' death.