Et tu brute

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  • Beware the Ides of March
  • Beware the Ides of Marchhhhh
  • He is but a dreamer
  • Brutus talks to himself
  • I gotta kill him for the good of rome!!!
  • He ded
  • Et tu brute?
  • The soothsayer warns Caesar of his fate, but because of his arrogance, the warning goes unheeded. This scene marks the foreshadowing the fate of not only Caesar but everyone else affiliated with the conspiracy.
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  • After struggling with this ides of assassinating Caesar, Brutus's noble nature leads him to believe that eliminating Caesar would save the roman people and the repulbic
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  • The conspirators succeed with their plan and stab Ceasar. This is significant because he would have never thought that they would do this to him, especially brutus.
  • Maybe he was a good guy after all
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