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  • Scene 1, Act 2, Lines 15-17
  • who is it in the press that calls on me? i hear a tongue shriller than all the music cry "Caeser!"
  • Beware the ides Of March
  • Scene 1, Act 1, Lines 162-177
  • I am nothing jealous, what you have said; what you have to say. till then, my noble friend, chew upon this, Brutus had rather be a villager that to repute himself a son of Rome.
  • I am Glad that my weak words have struck but thus much show of fire from Brutu
  • Act 1, Scene 2, lines 235-253
  • But soft, what did Caesar swoon?
  • It was in front of the when Mark Antony had offer Caesar the crown three times and had refused the offer. The people shouted and begged for him to accept the throne. 
  • He fell down the Marketplace, and foamed at mouth and was speechless.
  • This is the scene where the Soothsayer had warned Caesar that on march 15, the day that he is going to the Capitol, Something bad will happen to him.
  • Act 2, scene 1, Lines 113-129
  • And let us swear our resolution.
  • This scene shows how Cassius is easily persuading Brutus to join the conspirators, It also shows that Brutus does not want to be in power but he is willing to listen to Cassius. 
  • Act 2, scene 1, Lines 157-184
  • Mark Antony, so well loved by Caesar, let antony and Caesar fall togther. 
  • This shows how Casca is stating what happen to Caesar when he was in front of the crowd. it shows how Caesar wants attention from the crowd, he loves admiration. Casca also stated how Caesar had experienced seizure, wherein Cassius can use to show Brutus that Caesar is weak to be a king. 
  • Act2 , Scene 1, Lines 289-296
  • You are my true and honorable wife, as dear to me as are the ruddy drops that visit my sad heart. 
  • This is the scene where all of the conspirators are in Brutus`s house. It shows how Cassius had persuaded Brutus to join the conspirators and to kill Caesar. Brutus is stating the reason and motive why they are ending the life of Caesar, doesnt do anything with their personal issue but for the sake of the people of Rome.
  • No, not an oath. If not the face of men, the sufferance of our souls, the times abuse.  if these motives be weak, break of bedtimes.....and what other oath than honesty to honesty engaged. swear priests and cowards and men cautelous.
  • This Still the scene where the conspirators are talking about their plan on killing Caesar. Cassius mentioned on killing Mark Antony. to prevent him from ruining their plan. They think that since he is the closest one to Caesar, he might be the next heir to throne once Caesar is dead. But Brutus decided to spare the life of Mark Antony.
  • For Antony is but the limbs of Caesar , Lets be sacrificers but not Butchers... Lets kill him boldly but not wrathly . Lets Carve as a dish for the Gods. ... And for MArk Antony lets not think about him.
  • this scene shows how the wife of Brutus, Portia, has been noticing how Brutus is acting different and weird. But Brutus wont tell his wife about their plan on killing Caesar. The scene shows that women dont have the same power as men. They obey their husbands. 
  • if this is true, then I should know this secret. i am more than a woman, i am your wife. a woman well-reputed, Cato`s daughter.
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