Think you walk forth? You shall not stir out of your house today
Act III sc.iii
Et tu, Brute? Then Fall, Caear.
The soothsayer warned Caesar of the Ides Of march but he ignored the Soothsayer because he is arrogant. This is important because it is Caesars first warning. This is a foreshadow of Caesars death.
The noble Brutus Hath told you Caesar was ambitious: If it were so, it was a grievous fault,
Calpurnia tries to convince Caesar to stay home. she thought her dream was a bad omen. Caesar begins to listen to her and was going to stay home. Caesar decided to stay home till Decius convinced Caesar to go. This is the second example of Caesars arrogance.
Caesar, now be still I kill'd not thee with half so good a will.
Casca was the first of the conspirators to stab Caesar. They follow him to work. Brutus landed the fatal killing blow. Caesar heartbroken that Brutus conspired against him he fell. This scene is the most important scene in the play.
After Caesars death Brutus has made Antony promise to not speak out against the conspirators. Antony breaks his promise. Antony bashes the conspirators. Antony shows the roman people Caesars body. this causes a riot and a search for the conspirators.
Cassius is given the wrong message saying that Tiberius was killed. Cassius mourning killed himself but ironically Tiberius was alive and killed himself because Cassius killed himself. After defeating Octavious Brutus finds Tiberious and Cassius dead this is the end for Brutus he knows he will be marched through the streets Rome as a slave. Brutus then threw himself on his sword and killed himself.
The theme of Julius Caesar is that actions have consequences and not to expect to much of people.