Julius Caesar Act III

Julius Caesar Act III
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  • Act III Scene I
  • Trebonius asks that you read his humble suit, Caesar. 
  • The ides of March are come. 
  • It's the Ides of March, Caesar refuses to read Artemidorus's suit which would warn him of the conspirators. 
  • What touches us ourself shall be last served. 
  • O Caesar, my suit touches Caesar nearer. Read it, great Caesar. 
  • Act III Scene I
  • Fly not; stand still. Ambition's debt is paid.
  • O Caesar-
  • Brutus?
  • Caesar's assassination happens, people are frightened.
  • Et tu, Bruté?
  • Speak hands for me!
  • Liberty, freedom, tyranny is dead!
  • Act III Scene I
  • Antony appears and is given what he wants: a chance at revenge.
  • Mark Antony, get your mans and blame us not in your funeral speech ...
  • Psttt, you know not what you do. Do not consent; know you how much people may be moved.
  • I doubt not of your wisdom. Friends am I with you all, let me speak in order of Caesar funeral. That's all I seek.
  • Oh, pardon me, Caesar, that I am meek and gentle with these butchers! Woe to the hand that shed this costly blood tho!
  • Act III Scene II
  • Brutus has the crowd side with him and therefore lets Antony speak.
  • Let us be satisfied! 
  • Romans, countrymen, and lovers, believe me for my honor. It's not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more ... Had you rather Caesar were living and die all slaves, than that Caesar were dead, to live free men? 
  • Live, Brutus, live, live!
  • Let us hear Brutus speak!
  • Act III Scene II
  • Antony has the public shame the conspirators, danger comes. 
  • Caesar's better parts shall be crowned in Brutus.
  • Peace, ho! Let us hear him!
  • Brutus says Caesar was ambitious, and Brutus is an honorable man. But, Caesar thrice refused, and what about his will? Is that ambitious?  In every wound of Caesar that should move the stones of Rome to rise and Mutiny!
  • Noble Antony, go up. 
  • Act III Scene II
  • Antony successfully indicts the conspirators and encourages a mutiny. 
  • Caesar gave you everything! Here was a Caesar! When comes such another? 
  • Never, never! We'll burn his body in the holy place and with brands fire the traitors' house.
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