Julia Caesar Act IV
Updated: 5/18/2020
Julia Caesar Act IV
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  • Act IV Scene 1
  • Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus make a list of what senetors have to die. On the list is Lepidus' brother and Antony's nephew.
  • "These many, then, shall die; their names are pricked."(Antony, 1)
  • After Lepidus is sent away, Antony tells Octavius how he planes to use Lepidus to help in the war but after that he would get rid of him. Antony does not want Lepidus to rule with them, so they will pretent that Lepidus has power when he really does not.
  • Act IV Scene 1
  • "And having brought our treasure where we will, Then take we down his load, and turn him off, Like to the empty ass, to shake his ears And graze in commons." (Antony, 24-27a)
  • Act IV Scene 2
  • Brutus and Cassius meet on the felid with both of their armies. They argue about how they should manage the war effort. Brutus wants to be honerable, while Cassius insist that they have to be practical about their approach. Brutus is upset that Cassius is selling position in his army and that he ignored Brutus' letters. Cassius is upset that Brutus is accusing him.
  • "I did send to youFor certain sums of gold, which you denied me; For I can raise no money by vile means." (Brutus, 121-123)
  • "You love me not." (Cassius, 104a)
  • As Cassius and Brutus are aguing a poet commes in. He is trying to get them to stop arguing. After the poet leaves Brutus informes Cassius that Portia killed herself.
  • Act IV Scene 2
  • "For shame, you generals! What do you mean? Love and be friends, as two such men should be, For I have seen more years, I'm sure, than ye." (Poet, 181-183)
  • Titinius and Messala come in to inform Cassius and Brutus that Antony has had many senetors killed including Cicero. Cassius and Brutus come to the conclusion that they must march out to Philippi and gather more men on the way there before Antony has the chance to. After Brutus and Cassius declare their frendship again, Cassius leaves.
  • "That by proscription and bills of outlawr Octavius, Antony, and Lepidus Have put to death an hundred senators." (Messala, 225-227)
  • Act IV Scene 2
  • After Brutus' gards and Lucius falles asleep the ghost of Caesar approches Brutus. The ghost tells Brutus that they will meet again at Philippi. After the ghost leaves Brutus wakes up the gards and Lucius and asked is they saw anything. When they respond negativly Brutus sends Varro and Claudius to tell Cassius to march imidiatly and that he will follow. 
  • Act IV Scene 2
  • "To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi." (ghost, 335)
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