"We can kill my brother, but ONLY if your nephew is killed Antony. Do we have a deal?"
"O my dear brother, This was an ill beginning of the night. Never come such division ’tween our souls.Let it not, Brutus."
ACT IV, Scene III
"Everything is fine, Good Night Cassius."
ACT IV, SCENE III
"Why have you come?!?"
"I am your evil spirit, Brutus. I am here to tell you that I shall see you at Phillipi."
"Whose this? Bad eyesight must be causing me to see this dreadful vision. Walk here. Are you some kind of god or angel? Or some devil making my blood run cold?!?!?!?
Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus are gathered with a checklist of the men they plan to murder for conspiracy. Lepidus agrees that his brother can be killed as long as Antony agrees for his nephew to be killed.
"If we lose......"
Cassius wanted to stop fighting with Brutus because it wasn't the right thing to do, and he didn't want his men to see. If they did, they would start choosing sides and it would be like a civil war among themselves. The figurative language illustrated within this scene is personification because Cassius personifies the night as an "ill" beginning,which provides emphasis that Brutus and Cassius were not starting on the right foot that night and Cassius wanted to make amends with Brutus for their dispute.
"Brutus, come apace, And see how I regarded Caius Cassius. —By your leave, gods, this is a Roman’s part. Come, Cassius' sword, and find Titinius' heart." (stabs himself with CASSIUS’s sword and dies)
Lucius is sound asleep. Brutus is awoken by the ghost of Caesar. Brutus gets very startled and starts asking what the vision he's seeing is.The ghost replies that he is his evil spirit and he will see him at Phillipi. This may be foreshadowing a tragic end for Brutus in a sense that he is going to see Caesar (even though Caesar was assassinated). Thus, this statement may be foreshadowing Brutus's death.
Brutus and Cassius decide that if they lose the battle, they won't go back to Rome, where they will face hatred by the people and be known as the traitors of Rome.
"Then unfortunately,we shall never return to Rome, or we'll be deemed as traitors by the people..."
Cassius was misinformed and believed that they were losing the battle, so as a result, he asks a soldier to kill him because if he killed himself, he'd seem weak.
"KILL ME SOLDIER!!!!!!"
A soldier kills himself when finding Cassius dead, which shows loyalty to Cassius as he sacrificed his own life due to Cassius being dead.