Caesar Summary

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  • BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH!!!
  • Dear Brutus, we think that Julius Caesar should not be king. Sincerely, the citizens of Rome
  • Then tell them you're sick
  • Caesar. I had a nightmare. I saw Lions in the street, Warriors fighting in the sky, Ghost shrieking in the streets, and the dead coming out of their graves. Please stay home.
  • But if I stay, the people will think i'm a coward
  • As Julius Caesar arrives to Lupercalia, A Soothsayer warns Caesar of the Ides of March.
  • Et Tu Brute?
  • Brutus reads letters that he found in his home. They were written by the citizens, saying that they don't want Caesar to be king. This gets Brutus to join the conspirators...Except, the letters were made by the conspirators
  • (Tired) Ok
  • LUCIUS!! Get the army ready. We're going to march to Phillipi
  • He was the only one that killed Caesar, because he thought it was for the good of Rome. He deserves a proper burial
  • Caesar plans to go to the Capitol, but Calpurnia wants him to stay, because of a nightmare she had.
  • Caesar goes to the Capitol to talk to Senators. The Conspirators stab him, Brutus being the last
  •  After being waked up by Caesar's ghost, Brutus wakes up Lucius to have him get the army ready to march to Phillipi.
  • During the battle, Brutus commits suicide by running into a sword. Antony says that Brutus was the only one that killed Caesar for the good of Rome.
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