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ESSAY ON THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESER TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESER by William Shakespeare On February 14 cassius and Brutus plan to kill Caesar so he will not become king Caesar had just defeated Pompey A soothsayer tried to warn Caesar about the Ides of March Caesar takes it lightly though On early morning of March 15 Brutus is unable to sleep because his conscience is bothering him about Caesar becoming king if he does not kill him Calpurnia tries to not get Caesar to go to the senate house because of the dream she had He decides to go anyway The conspirators assassinated Caesar before he got to the senate house The murder of Caesar scares the people Brutus says he killed him because of his love for Rome Antony gives his speech to the Romans about the death of Caesar and makes the crowd question Brutuss honor Portia killed herself by drinking poison about six weeks later The ghost of Caesar comes to Brutus and tells him to meet him at Phillipi He decides to and goes In the plains of phillipi Brutus and cassius meet Antony for a battle Unsuspectingly Brutus and cassius commit suicide Octavius becomes the leader of Rome There were three tragedies in this story The murder of Caesar and the deaths of Brutus and cassius Caesar was murdered by Brutus and cassius on march 15 Brutus says he done it for his love of Rome Cassius had done it because of jealously of Caesar 672 They were afraid what would happen to Rome if Caesar ruled Rome This is where the story starts to coming to the falling action Another tragedy was when cassius killed himself 714 He asked Pindarus to kill him He asks this because he saw the ravens and crows flying around in the sky It gave him the sign that he was gonna die He deprived Antony of the
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