Julius Caesar Act 4
Updated: 5/19/2020
Julius Caesar Act 4
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  • Act 4 Scene 1
  • "These many, then, shall die; their names are pricked" (1)
  • "...He shall but bear them as the ass bears gold,/To groan and sweat under the business,/Either lead or driven, as we point the way." (21-23)
  • Act 4 Scene 1
  • "How he received you, let me be resolved." (14)
  • "With courtesy, and with respect enough,/But not with such familiar instances..." (15-16)
  • Act 4 Scene 2
  • Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus are gathered to discuss which senators they are going to kill, including Lepidus' brother and Antony's nephew. They also talk about how to change Caesar's will to benefit them more. 
  • "Hear me, for I will speak./Must I give way and room to your rash choler?/Shall I be frighted when a madman stares?" (90-92)
  • After Lepidus leaves, Antony tells Octavius that he is planning on just using him to fight Brutus and Cassius, but then not give him any real power.
  • "Everything is well." (288)
  • "O my dear brother!/This was as ill beginning of the night./Never come such division 'tween our souls!/Let it not Brutus." (285-288)
  • Brutus, Pindarus, and Lucilius discuss Cassius' arrival and how he has seemed more cold and distant than usual.
  • "Art thou some god, some angel, or some devil,/That mak'st my blood cold and my hair stare?/Speak to me what thou art." (331-333)
  • "Thy evil spirit, Brutus." (334)
  • Cassius and his army arrive. Brutus and Cassius begin to argue and continue to do so alone in the tent. They disagree over how they should win the war against Antony and Octavius.
  • Act 4 Scene 2
  • "O ye gods, ye gods! Must I endure all this?" (93)
  • Brutus tells Cassius about Portia killing herself and later hear news of Cicero being killed due to Antony. They further talk about the battle at Philippi and forgive each other.
  • Act 4 Scene 2
  • After Cassius leaves for the night, Brutus' guards fall asleep. The ghost of Caesar appears to Brutus and tells him that he will see him in Philippi. Brutus wakes the guards up and tells them that they will begin their march to Philippi.
  • Act 4 Scene 2
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