julius caeser

julius caeser

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  • Cassius convinces Brutus
  • I was born free as Caesar, so were you; we both have fed as well, and we can both endure winter's cold as well as he.
  • Portias fear
  • Do not go forth today. Call it my fear that keeps you in the house and not your own.
  • Brutus's betrayal
  • Et tu, Brute?- Then fall Caesar
  • Cassius tries to convince the honorable Brutus that Caeser is bad for Rome. Brutus needs time to think.
  • How to end an argument
  • O Cassius, I am sick of many griefs, No man bears sorrows better. Portia is dead.
  • Caesar is on his way to the festival and his wife, Calpurnia tries to prevent him from going. She knows it will lead to her death.
  • A visit from Caesar
  • That maks't my blood cold and my hair to stare? Speak to me what thou art.
  • In the last moments of Caesar's death, he finds that even the one he trusted, Brutus, was conspiring against him to kill him.
  • R.I.P
  • Farewell good Strato. Caesar, now be still. I killed not thee with half so good a will.
  • Brutus and Cassius constantly argue because of their new found separate motives. Brutus solves this when he tells Cassius of his wife's death.
  • Caesar's ghost comes to Brutus at night. He informs him that he is going to be at the battle of Philippi
  • To tell thee that thou shalt see me at Philippi
  • Cassius and Brutus kill themselves. They know they were both in the wrong and decide to join Caesar.
  • Caesar thou art revenged. Even with the sword that killed thee.
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