In this scene, Brutus is telling Caesar to "beware the ides of march". This plays an important role through out this play because once the day comes Caesar dies. Brutus heard that from a soothsayer. This is also the part where the games are going on soon.
Act IV: Sc 1
(act: IV : Sc: 1: Ln : 1-20)
After the conspirtors tell Brutus what they want to do with Caesar he is having troubles with sleep. He doesn"t know what he should do but decides he loves Rome more than he does Caesar. He calls Lucius to come after he awakes. Brutus then asks Lucius to fetch him something from another room.
Act V: Sc 5
in Act three scene 1 the ides of march have come. This is where Caesar has a chance to save his life but doesnt because he doesnt read Artemidourus"s letter. In the letter it has all of the conspitotors and tells Caesar to beware of those people because they are out to get you. So this is where Caesar is set up and literllay stabbed in the back by his best bud.
Theme : (act 1-5)
Caesar is now dead. Antony, Lepidus, and octavious are talking about who is going to die. They are also arguing in this point and time. Octavious was telling Lepidus that his brother should die. They are all trying to seek revenge for Caesars death.
In the last act Brutus dies by taking his life. He threw himself onto a sword because he had promised. When all of this is happening this is after Antony wins against him. Lots of people die in the last act. Also this all takes place in a feild.
(Act V: Sc: 5: Ln: 50)
The theme of this play is ambition. Its also one of the reasons Brutus assanates Caeser. Jealously i feel like plays a big role too in this play. But in the end of the book the conpirotors play the buggest ambition part in the play.