Info On Caesar and his return
By making certain people “trash talk” the common people when they celebrate Caesar’s return.
The people are celebrating Caesar’s return when they worshiped the man named Pompeii who was killed by Caesar.
Marullus and Flavius tell them that they are hypocrites for celebrating the return of the man who killed their beloved Pompeii.
Caesar believes in an old tradition that says that if the barren woman was to stand in the way of a racer, she would become fertile.
Anthony obeys Caesar, showing that he listens to Caesar and obeys what he says.
Caesar doesn’t think that what the soothsayer will come to pass.
Cassius says that Brutus is changing, and Brutus doesn’t see it, so Cassius says that he will be Brutus’s mirror, and show him how he is changed.
Cassius’s plan states that Caesar is ambitious, and by doing so it’s suppose to be convincing Brutus that Caesar isn’t trying to do what’s best for Rome, Caesar is doing what’s best for Caesar.
By stating this Cassius is trying to show Brutus that there is nothing special about Caesar, and Brutus himself would react just a soon and as well as Caesar does.
Brutus falls for Cassius’s scheme.
Caesar sees Cassius and says that he thinks too much, and men like him should not be trusted.
Cassius in Caesar’s eyes is someone who isn’t happy, and someone who isn’t trustworthy.
I’d rather show you what I fear, but I am Caesar, so I cannot.
Caesar is very self-obsessed, and self-righteous.
Casca tells Brutus and Cassius about how Anthony 3 times offered a crown, well a coronet to Caesar, and all three times he refused, and then Caesar passed out. By his personal remarks, we learn that he is also one who doesn’t like Caesar, nor the people Caesar likes to represent.
The more Caesar refused the crown, the more the people wanted him to have it.
Marullus and Flavius were killed.
He plans to write letters, and deliver them to Brutus making it look as though the people sent letters to him telling him about Caesar’s ambition.
He saw fire fall from the sky, and he saw a lion in the town square.
Cassius says that all the strange occurrences signal the coming of something bad.
Casca tells Cassius that the senate is planning to crown Caesar as king the next day.
He means to say that he is a hungry lion ready to pounce on the lives of the Romans.
He tells Cinna to take this letter, and sit it in the praetor’s chair, and then sit another at Brutus’s statue, and another was to be thrown at his window.
The people think greatly of Brutus, and if they have his support, they will have the support of the people too.
He wants to see if the ides of March have come, and Lucius finds that tomorrow is the ides, and that is the day that the soothsayer says for Caesar to be careful.
They want to kill Caesar the next day.
He says that he can get Caesar to come by luring him in with the story of the unicorn who got caught be the tree.
Portia has cut her thighs to show her husband that she is worthy of keeping his secret.
She has had a dream that Caesar was killed.
That these strange things are happening not because some average person id going to die, but because an important person.
He reinterprets the dream that Calphurnia had, and makes it look like a good thing not a nightmare.
Artemidorus’s plan was to bring a letter to Caesar that is telling him to watch out for the guys who are about to kill him.
She is nervous about her husband, so she tells Lucius to run and go check on Brutus because he looked sick when he left.
Caesar says that he wont read the letter because Artemidorus said it was most important and Caesar said that those should be read last.
Metellus throws himself at Caesar’s feet, and Caesar says he doesn’t like that because its very proud.
He instructs them to talk to Anthony first and make sure that they aren’t hated, and don’t tell anyone what happened .
The servant says that Anthony will come as long as he wont be harmed.
Cassius says that Anthony will turn the people against them. Brutus says that he will speak before Anthony and will convince the people their way.
Anthony promise not to blame them, and he’ll just praise Caesar.
Anthony promises to get revenge for Caesar’s death.
Brutus gave the reason that Caesar was ambitious and that he loved Rome more than he did Caesar, which is why he killed him.
Brutus lets Anthony speak, and Anthony sticks to his word and doesn’t blame the conspirators, but he says many things that refers to the conspirators being the reasons he was killed.
Anthony read Caesar’s will to the people to show them that he cared for them.
Both Brutus and Cassius commit suicide.
This scene shows how crazy the people have become in trying to bring the men who caused Caesar’s death to justice. They don’t even realize that they are hurting an innocent man.
They are sitting at a table deciding who must die for the murder of Julius Caesar.
They want the will to see what of that the senate can keep, it’s ironic because the money was to go to the people, and they used it to convince the people to be on their side.
Anthony doesn’t want to have to work with Lepidus any longer because he sees him as nothing more that just someone to be used, like a horse.
He says that love is the pure and simple faith in someone, but as love sickens and decays it forces a ceremony over it.
Cassius is told by Brutus that they should argue in front of their soldiers, they should send their men away and they should talk out their problems in their tent. It’s unusual because they’ve already made it clear to the people around them that they arguing, and now they want to talk it out peacefully.
Cassius says that Brutus has wronged him when Brutus condemned Lucius when he was taking bribes, but Cassius gave him permission to do so.
Brutus condemned Cassius for having and “itchy palm” which means gambling.
If he continues to urge him Cassius will hurt Brutus.
Cassius has wronged Brutus in his threats. It’s ironic because he threatened him back.
Portia has dies.
Octavius, Antony, and Lepidus, had put to death a hundred senators.
To try to stop Octavius, and Antony.
He said that the enemy grows stronger each day, so he wants to stop them as soon as possible.
A ghost visits Brutus and causes him to want o move faster.
Their hope that the enemy wouldn’t come was answered. It says that something has happened to Brutus.
He is saying you better be thankful that he isn’t the ruler, or else Anthony would be in trouble.
Cassius saw two mighty eagles who fell and perched gorging and feeding from their soldier’s hands, then they flew away and were replaced by ravens.
He will kill himself, but he’s afraid of the afterlife.
Cassius makes the mistake of thinking he was loosing the fight, and so he killed himself.
He kills himself also.
He takes it upon himself to defend Brutus.
He wants the bodies of his friends to be laid on a rock together, then he asks Clitus to kill him.
He asks Volumnius to kill him too, but he wont.
Strato then agrees to hold the sword for Brutus while he runs upon it. Strato asks Brutus to shake his hand first.
He says that he will entertain all who served Brutus.
They allow his dead body to lay in their tent, in respect.