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4.03 Julius Caesar Act II

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By:Nikki Lopez
4.03 Julius Caesar Act II
Julius Caesar Act I Graphic Organizer
Name
Character Notes
Important Quotes
Evidence of Loyalty (to whom?)
Cinna
Flavius
Cicero
Cassius
Brutus
Soothsayer
Antony
Calpurnia
Casca
Caesar
commoners
Marullus
Annoyed with the crowd because they are too fickle.

Cinna has joined the conspiracy and as thrown fake letters from the people of Rome into Brutus’s room.
Ends up dying because Antony, Octavius and Lepidus have killed him.
Cassius had been Caesar’s friend for a long time but he wants him to be killed. He also convinces Brutus to join him and his followers.
Brutus was first loyal to Caesar but then he is convinced that Caesar is abusing his power so he helps kill Caesar.
The soothsayer is a fortuneteller and he tells Caesar to beware of March 15.
Antony likes to have fun and is loyal to Caesar. He offers Caesar a crown 3 times, which he refuses.
Calpurnia is Caesars wife and she begs him to stay home on March 15 because she had nightmares about Caesar being killed.
Casca has agreed to take part in Caesars assassination because he doesn’t want him to be crowned king.
Has conquered Pompey and is superstitious about certain people like Cassius. He was also offered crown but he refused it three times.
The commoners are celebrating on Caesars victory over Pompey.
Annoyed with the crowd because they are too fickle.
“It is no matter. Let no images be hung with Caesar’s trophies. I’ll about and drive away the vulgar from the streets.”

“Yes you are. O Cassius, if you could win the noble Brutus to our party.”
“ Indeed it is a strange disposed time but men may construe things after their fashion clean from the purpose of things themselves come Caesar to the capitol tomorrow?”
“Why man he doth bestride the narrow world like a colossus, and we petty men walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonorable graves.”
“The only way is to kill Caesar I have no personal reason to strike at him only the best interest of people. He wants to be crowned.”
“Beware of March 15 “
“Don’t be afraid of him, Caesar. He isn’t dangerous he’s a noble Roman with a good disposition.”
“Your wisdom is consumed in confidence. Do not go forth today call it my fear that keeps you in the house, and not your own. We’ll send Mark Antony to the senate house, and he shall say you are not well today. “
“Saw Mark Antony offer him a crown yet twas not a crown neither twas one of these coronets and as I told you he put it by once but for all that to my thinking he would fain have had it. Then he offered it to him again, then he put it by again but to my thinking he was very loath to lay his fingers off it “
“to bear my greeting to the senators and tell them that I will not come today. Cannot is false, and that I dare not, falser. I will not come today. Tell them so, Decius. “
“But indeed, sir, we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph.”
“And do you now strew Howers in his way that comes in triumph over Pompey’s blood? Be gone! Run to your houses, fall upon your knees, pray to gods to intermit the plague that needs must light on this ingratitude.”
Cinna is a part of the conspiracy and he is not loyal to Caesar. He is in league with Cassius and wants Caesar brought down.

Flavius’s loyalty does not lie to Caesar because he is demanding to remove crowns from the Caesar statues. So his loyalty must lie instead to Cassius.
Marullus’s loyalty does not lie to Caesar because he is agreeing to remove crowns from Caesar statues. So his loyalty must lie instead to Cassius.
The commoners loyalties lit to Caesar because they are glad he conquered Pompey.
Caesars loyalties lie to himself and his friends because he believes his friends are loyal to him when in reality they are plotting against him.
Casca is not loyal to Caesar and instead he joins Cassius in killing him so he does not be crowned king. He is one of the first to stab Caesar.
Calpurnia’s loyalty lies to her husband Caesar because she wishes for him to stay home but he refuses and goes anyways and ends up dying.
Antony’s loyalties are to Caesar because they are very close. He is Caesars right hand man.
The soothsayer’s loyalty lies to Caesar because he warns him about March 15, which is the day his conspirators stab him in the back.
Brutus loyalty lies to Cassius because he agrees to help kill Caesar.
Cassius’s loyalty does not lie to Caesar because he has planned to assassinate Caesar.
Cicero’s loyalty is to Caesar because he speaks at the Triumph parade.
Julius Caesar Act II Graphic Organizer
Questions
1. What does it mean about Cassius’s plan that he has to mislead Brutus to make it happen?
It means that Brutus is a very loyal and good friend to Caesar and would have never deceived him so he has to be tricked in order to go along with the plan.

2. What does it mean about Brutus that he so readily believes what Cassius says?
It means that Brutus is not a true friend and is very easily persuaded.

3.What does it mean about Antony that Brutus refuses to kill him?
It means that Antony had a great impact on Brutus and that Brutus considers him a friend.
Brutus
Soothsayer
Artemidorus
Mark Antony
Publius
Calpurnia
Caesar
Ligarius
Portia
Trebonius
Metellus Cimber
Cinna
Decius Brutus
Casca
Cassius
Lucius
Evidence of Loyalty (to whom?)
Name
Important Quotes
Character Notes
Calpurnia is Caesars wife and she begs him to stay home on March 15 because she had nightmares about Caesar being killed.
Considers killing Caesar but has mixed feelings. Finally decides that it is the best option after he reads the fake letters.
Works for Brutus. Confirms that tomorrow is the Ides of March and introduces the conspirators who arrive at the house.
Cassius had been Caesars friend for a while but wants him to be dead, he convinces people to join with him.
Casca has agreed to take part in Caesars assassination because he doesn’t want him to be crowned king.
The soothsayer is a fortuneteller and he tells Caesar to beware of March 15.
He joins the conspiracy because he fears that Caesar will become tyrant.
Cinna has joined the conspiracy and as thrown fake letters from the people of Rome into Brutus’s room.
The conspirator who attracts Caesar's attention by requesting that his brother's banishment be repealed, allowing the assassins to surround Caesar and thereby giving Casca the opportunity to stab him from behind.
The first of the conspirators to second Brutus' argument that Antony be spared, Trebonius lures Antony out of the Senate House so that the other conspirators can kill Caesar without having to fear Antony's intervention. Consequently, he is the only conspirator who does not actually stab Caesar.
Wife of brutus, she commits suicide when she realizes her husband’s fortunes are doomed.
Not a friend of Caesars, he is inspired by Brutus nobility to cast off his illness and join the conspirators.
Has conquered Pompey and is superstitious about certain people like Cassius. He was also offered crown but he refused it three times.
He gives Caesar a letter as the emperor enters the capitol in the letter he lists the conspirators by name and indicated that they intended to kill him.
He appears first as a confidant and a devoted follower of Caesar, and he offers Caesar a crown during the feast of Lupercal.
Elderly senator who arrives with the conspirators to escort Caesar to the Capitol. He is stunned as he witnesses the assassination.
“Can I bear with patience and not my husband’s secrets. “
“The only way is to kill Caesar I have no personal reason to strike at him only the best interest of people. He wants to be crowned.”
“No sir their hats are pluck’d about their ears and half of their faces are buried in their cloaks by no means I may discover them. “
“Why man he doth bestride the narrow world like a colossus, and we petty men walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonorable graves.”
“Saw Mark Antony offer him a crown yet twas not a crown neither twas one of these coronets and as I told you he put it by once but for all that to my thinking he would fain have had it. Then he offered it to him again, then he put it by again but to my thinking he was very loath to lay his fingers off it. “
“Never fear that if he be so resolved I can o’ersway him for he loves to hear. “
“Yes you are. O Cassius, if you could win the noble Brutus to our party.”
“Most high most mighty and most puissant Caesar, metellus cimber throws before thy seat. “
“There is no fear in him let him not die for he will live, and laugh at this hereafter. “
“Beware of March 15. “
“Caesar read this schedule. “
“fear him not, Caesar he’s not dangerous he is a noble roman and well given. ”
“Your wisdom is consumed in confidence. Do not go forth today call it my fear that keeps you in the house, and not your own. We’ll send Mark Antony to the senate house, and he shall say you are not well today. “
“To bear my greeting to the senators and tell them that I will not come today. Cannot is false, and that I dare not, falser. I will not come today. Tell them so, Decius. “
“By all the gods that romans bow before I here discard my sickness soul of Rome. “
Brutus loyalty lies with Cassius.
Casca is not loyal to Caesar and instead he joins Cassius in killing him so he does not be crowned king. He is one of the first to stab Caesar.
Loyalty lies with Brutus.
Cassius loyalty does not lie to Caesar because he wants him dead.
The soothsayer’s loyalty lies to Caesar because he warns him about March 15, which is the day his conspirators stab him in the back.
Artemidorus is loyal to Caesar by giving him it.
Very loyal to Caesar
Loyal to Caesar
Calpurnia’s loyalty lies to her husband Caesar because she wishes for him to stay home but he refuses and goes anyways and ends up dying.
Caesars loyalties lie to himself and his friends because he believes his friends are loyal to him. When in reality they are plotting against him.
Loyal to Brutus
Loyal to Brutus
Wasn’t loyal to Caesar
Wasn’t loyal to Caesar.
Wasn’t loyal to Caesar.
Not loyal to Caesar anymore since he wants to kill him as well.
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