Sydney and Juliette- Julius Caesar

Sydney and Juliette- Julius Caesar
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  • Cassius Convincing Brutus
  • "We petty men Walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonorable graves" (page 23).
  • Murder of Caesar
  • "Et  tu, Brute?-Then fall Caesar" (Page 93).
  • "Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead!" (Page 93). 
  • Funeral Speeches
  • "Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more" (Page 111). 
  • "The honorable men whose daggers have stabbed Caesar...they were traitors" (Page 111).
  • In this scene, Caesar delivers a speech and refuses the crown of Rome. Listening in, Cassius attempts to convince Brutus to join a resistance against Caesar's power. With time, Brutus agrees to join Cassius because he thinks that Rome could be in danger.
  • The Meeting of the Armies at Philippi 
  • "Good words are better than bad strokes, Octavius" (pg 169) 
  • "If you dare fight today, come to the field!" (pg 169) 
  • After Brutus agreed to join the conspirators, who then brutally murdered Caesar with many knife wounds. Caesar famously asks, 'even you, Brutus?' because he was surprised that a friend would quite literally stab his back. The conspirators then celebrate their victory in the streets.
  • Cassius's Death
  • "O coward that I am to live so long to see my best friend ta'en before my face!" (pg 181)
  • One moment later...
  • In the funeral scene, Antony was only permitted to speak after Brutus, and he could not blame the conspirators for Caesar's death. Brutus speaks about how Caesar is dead for the good of Rome. This contasts with Antony's speech where he sarcastically called the conspirators "honorable men" and convinced the crowd that Caesar's death must be avenged
  • Brutus's Death
  • "It is more worthy to leap in ourselves then tarry til they punish us"(pg 195) 
  • In this scene, the two armies decide to meet at Philippi.  Here they exchange insults and say their final goodbyes.  Finally, Octavius shouts and dares the armies to begin the fight.
  • "In your bad strokes, Brutus, you give good words" (pg 169) 
  • In Cassius's final scene, it is revealed that he does hold some guilt for everything he has done.  He loses all hope in winning the war and as a result, asks Pindarus to kill him and avenge Caesar's death.
  • "Caesar, thou art revenged even with the sword that killed thee" (pg 181)
  • In one of the last scenes in the play, Brutus asks Strato to do the favor of killing him.  Brutus realized how naïve he had been, and how there was no man left who was as noble as him. 
  •  "I killed not thee with half so good a will" (pg 197)
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