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  • Act I: Sc 2
  • Beware the ides of March
  • Act II: Sc 1
  • Act III: Sc 1
  • In Act I: Sc 2, A Soothsayer warned Caesar about the ides of March. Caesar, of course, does not listen. "He is a dreamer, let us leave him. Pass." {pg. 825-826} I think this is important because Caesar is too self-centered to realize what's going on and it shows how oblivious he is.
  • Act IV: Sc 1
  • In Act II: Sc 1, Cassius went to go visit Brutus. He was trying to get Brutus to join the conspirators. Brutus didn't think it was right to turn on a close friend. He also thought it was dangerous that Caesar would have a lot of power. {pg. 842-848} I thought this was important because it was the start of a bad end.
  • Act V: Sc 5
  • In Act III: Sc 1, Caesar and all the conspirators went to the capitol. He thought it was nice that his "friends" were walking him. Once they got to the capitol they all stabbed him till he died. {pg. 861-863} "Then fall Caesar."
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  • In Act IV: Sc 1, Antony and Octavius plan to go to war against the conspirators Antony wants to revenge Caesars death. He believes by winning the war it will bring peace. They also need to kill a lot of people. {pg. 884} "These many then shall die."
  • In Act V: Sc 5, Before the war Brutus and Cassius swore to kill themselves if they lost the war. Cassius was losing the war, and Brutus was winning in the first round. Cassius and Brutus ended up killing themselves when messages were twisted. {pg. 906-911}
  • The theme is ambition and conflict. Caesar was an ambitious guy. He was also a good guy though. Brutus was worried about Caesar having too much power. Which caused him to murder Caesar. Cassius was jealous of Caesar's power.
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