Caesar Summary

Caesar Summary

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  • OH MY GOD NO!!!
  • Take the Crown
  • BOO!!!
  • Ahh yes hello Brutus!
  • ACT 1 Mark Antony offers Caesar the crown: Antony: Caesar tells Antony that he is concerned about Cassius he reads too much. Antony tells Caesar he’s harmless. He is a supporter. Casca tells Brutus and Cassius about Caesar being offered the crown 3 times. Caesar turned it down 3 times. Antony offered it to him.
  • (Mark Antony Quote about Caesar)
  • ACT 2 Conspirators meeting at Pompeii's Porch: A few hours before dawn on March 15. Brutus is still undecided on whether or not to help kill Caesar. Brutus receives the fake letters. Cassius and conspirators visit Brutus, shortly after visit, Brutus decides to join the conspirators.
  • ACT 3 Caesars Death: Caesar refuses to read Artemidorus’ letter. The Conspirators approach Caesar and surround Caesar. They stab him to death. Antony is scared and runs away. Antony is scared and runs away. Antony returns and pretends to be on the conspirator’s side however, he plans to strike back.
  • ACT 3 Mark Antony and Brutus speeches: Brutus gives a speech to a group of common people in Rome. He explains why they had to kill Caesar. Then Antony gives his speech. He turns the people against the conspirators. Octavius arrives in Rome and Brutus and Cassius flee Rome.
  • ACT 4 Brutus and Cassius Fight Brutus: Brutus waits with Lucilius for Cassius. Lucilius: tells Brutus that Cassius is not as friendly as he used to be. Cassius: arrives with his army. He starts arguing with Brutus. Brutus: tells Cassius to keep his voice down, they should not argue in front of the soldiers. Brutus and Cassius continue to argue in the tent.
  • ACT 5 Brutus Dies: Brutus: asks Clitus and Dardanis to kill him. They refuse. He then tells Volumnius to hold his sword up while he runs onto it. Volumnius that’s no duty for a friend to perform. Strato: hold the sword while Brutus runs onto it. Antony he thought Brutus killed Caesar for the common good of the people, not out of envy like the others.
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