Ceaser

Ceaser
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  • Act I: Scene ii
  • Act II: Scene i
  • Act III: Scene i
  • After the race, Ceaser is walking back to his home. He then hears someone call his name. He asked who called his name and a Soothsayer stepped up. He said, "Beware the ides of March." (I: ii: ln 18)
  • Act IV: Scene iii
  • Brutus is home after a long day. He is talking to Lucius when they hear a knock at the door. He sends Lucius to the door. Lucius comes back and says, "Sir, 'tis your brother Cassius at the door, who doth desire see you." (II: i: ln 70)
  • Act V: Scene iii
  • The Conspirators beg on their knees. When Ceaser denies the signal is given to kill Ceaser. All of the Conspirators get up and stab Ceaser, including Brutus. Just before Ceaser dies he says, " Et tu, Brute? Then fall Ceaser!" (III: i: ln 79)
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  • Cassius finally left and Brutus got ready for bed. He fell asleep but was awoken by Ceaser's Ghost. He sat up and asked him what he was doing here. The Ghost said, "To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi." (IV: iii: ln 283)
  • Cassius sends Titinius to the camp to see what all the commotion was. He then sent his servant up the hill to tell him what was happening. His servant said that Titinius had been captured. Out of sorrow he said, "...And when my face is covered...Guide thou sword..." (V: iii: ln 43-46)
  • Ceaser was always ignorant and ambitious.  He always thought of himself and that int the end is what killed him.  When Titinius came to fetch him, Calpurnia was on her knees, begging him to stay. When Titinius said, "And know it now, the Senate have concluded To give this dag a crown to mighty Ceaser." (II: iv: ln 93-94)
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