In Act II scene 2 the soothsayer tells Caesar to beware the ides of march. The ides of march is Caesars death date. Caesar doesnt believe him and says "he is a dreamer. let us leave him. pass." (I:2: ln 24). If Caesar would have listened to the soothsayer he would be alive.
These people must die!! (IV:1:ln 1)
Calpurnia tells Caesar the dreams shes been having, and how they make her nervous because the ides of march. Well Decius comes in, might I add Decius is working for Brutus and the others. Well no hate towards Caesar, but he believes Decius, because why would he listen to his wife. In the text Caesar responds to calpurnia by saying "How foolish do your fears seem now, Calpurnia" (2:2:ln 105)
this was the most noblest Roman of them all (V:5:ln 68)
Caesar sees the soothsayer right before his death, and says that he didn't die trying to call him a liar and the soothsayer tells him the day is not over. Then he dies like 20 minutes later.
Theme: Act: Sc
Antony is mad about Caesars death, so mad that he starts making a list of people to kill. His friend is dead and all he has of him is this relative. He is sad and angry, which does not mix well. So he starts killing everyone.
Antony finds Brutus dead, and calls him one of the most noble Romans. Brutus died because he did not want to be a slave, but Antony saw him as a good man. Antony also found a understanding for why Brutus killed Caesar.
Humility, the reason I believe the theme is humility is because from what I see everyone is full of themselves. Caesar, Cassius, Brutus, etc Yes, you read that right I believe Brutus is full of himself. Brutus quotes "Not that I loved Caesar less, but I loved Rome more." (III:2:ln 21&22). Brutus killed Caesar because of his own beliefs.
I killed Caesar because I hated him, hah I meant because I love Rome