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FantasticlyArtsy:

Could someone please tell me Julius Caesar and Brutus' life events from the beginning of the play to the end? I need it for an essay, thanks <3

FantasticlyArtsy:

Like, please i need this because it's due tomorrow-

Princessgrace998:

Do u have the book

Rigo:

yeah

Rigo:

Is it from Shakespear?

Princessgrace998:

Ok so go through and get the most important events

Princessgrace998:

Thanks for the medal

Rigo:

@princessgrace998 wrote:
Thanks for the medal
No ty for helping

Princessgrace998:

😁😁

Princessgrace998:

And after u find those describe it

Princessgrace998:

How many paragraphs

Rigo:

Julius Caesar was a general, politician and scholar who became a well known...dictator of ancient Rome until he was assassinated in around 44 bc

Princessgrace998:

True write it in a paragraph

FantasticlyArtsy:

Thank you! Would this be good? In Julius Caesar, Brutus and Caesar died. Brutus died by suicide, Caesar died from Brutus. They both died tragically but which one of them had it worse? Let’s take a look and see. Brutus reads a bunch of letters supposedly written by some concerned Roman citizen they're really written by Cassius about Caesar's growing power.Brutus then welcomes all the conspirators, and as Cassius suggests they swear an oath, Brutus gives a speech about how killing Caesar is the right thing to do not too long afterwards, Brutus participates in stabbing Caesar until he looks like a bleeding fountain. Later on, Brutus accepts death peacefully, saying his bones have worked their whole life for this hour's rest. Strato holds Brutus' sword while Brutus runs on it, proclaiming: "Caesar, now be still, I kill'd not thee with half so good a will." Caesar is travelling through Rome with Antony and his supporters, on the way to a ceremonial race. A soothsayer calls out ‘Beware the Ides of March!’ but Caesar ignores the warning. Caesar’s wife, Calphurnia, warns Caesar to stay at home and not go to the Senate because she has dreamt about his murder. Caesar then says he won’t go to the Capitol but Decius, another conspirator, arrives and tells him the Senate is going to give ‘a crown to mighty Caesar’ and will think he’s a coward if he stays at home. Caesar then changes his mind and goes with Decius. When Caesar arrives at the Capitol, with the conspirators. Cassius worries that the plot will go wrong but Brutus reassures him. They all kneel before Caesar and then stab him to death together. Caesar is shocked to see his friend Brutus among the murderers asking, ‘Et tu, Brute??’ as he dies. Caesar was worse than brutus because Caesar could have changed but how would brutus know? Brutus was too blind to see if Caesar changed or not before he killed him.

Princessgrace998:

Last paragraph needs like 2 or 3 more sentences

Rigo:

Could use a lil more diversity n a unique input on ur end

FantasticlyArtsy:

you read that fast

Princessgrace998:

Yeps

Rigo:

it seems a little too proper..needs sum creative writing

Princessgrace998:

No it's fine

Rigo:

but r u just ok with with fine...u suldint wana hold ur self to low standards..

Rigo:

110 %

FantasticlyArtsy:

Please help me conclude ittt-

Princessgrace998:

Ok wrap it up

Princessgrace998:

Almost like ur intro

Rigo:

restate ur intro n then bring it a close

FantasticlyArtsy:

Thank you guys! <3

Princessgrace998:

Np

Princessgrace998:

Hope u get an A

Rigo:

i hope u get an A+

FantasticlyArtsy:

samee

Rigo:

u will

FantasticlyArtsy:

Im in 8th grade btw but advanced classes

FantasticlyArtsy:

9th litterature and the others are 9th algebra etc.

Rigo:

no doubt u got talent in the art of writing..keep it up n one day I'll pull become some1 every1 talks about you just have to believe

FantasticlyArtsy:

Is this a good conclusion? Once again, Brutus died by suicide, Caesar died from Brutus and the conspiriters however, Caesar was worse than brutus because Caesar could have changed but how would brutus know? Brutus was too blind to see if Caesar changed or not before he killed him.

Princessgrace998:

@rigo wrote:
no doubt u got talent in the art of writing..keep it up n one day I'll pull become some1 every1 talks about you just have to believe
Yeah

Rigo:

leave it just like that

Princessgrace998:

@fantasticlyartsy wrote:
Is this a good conclusion? Once again, Brutus died by suicide, Caesar died from Brutus and the conspiriters however, Caesar was worse than brutus because Caesar could have changed but how would brutus know? Brutus was too blind to see if Caesar changed or not before he killed him.
That's is amazing

FantasticlyArtsy:

i feel like i have a better art in well, art

FantasticlyArtsy:

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Rigo:

u do

FantasticlyArtsy:

hhh why must teachers be so strict?

Rigo:

they help mold the future

Rigo:

they help install a working n disciplined mindset

Princessgrace998:

True

Rigo:

just dont let them say u cant

Princessgrace998:

U did amazing writing the essay

FantasticlyArtsy:

Thank you!

FantasticlyArtsy:

i tried reading it out to myself but messed up on the words due to my speech impediment

Princessgrace998:

That's fine u write amazing

Rigo:

keep workin on bettering ur self ull get their sumday

FantasticlyArtsy:

Can you guys guess my age via my essay?

Rigo:

14

FantasticlyArtsy:

How did you-

Rigo:

ik stuff bro

FantasticlyArtsy:

You do lol

FantasticlyArtsy:

i like how Caesar narrated his own death

Rigo:

a well wrttin story deserves a well wrttin ending

FantasticlyArtsy:

It took us i believe 3 weeks to read it all

Rigo:

dang

FantasticlyArtsy:

Yep, not once did she ask me to read

FantasticlyArtsy:

I'd sound like the ''bovid- covi-'' meme

Rigo:

Romeo n Juliet is my fav by shakespear

FantasticlyArtsy:

My class has a majority of guys and a few girls, including me, and i voted for death and vengeance over romance

Rigo:

n thats where i have to disagree wth you sir.

FantasticlyArtsy:

I'm a female lol-

Rigo:

ma'am*

FantasticlyArtsy:

What's you counter-argument, sir?

Rigo:

idk what genders people r these days

FantasticlyArtsy:

Counter-claim*

FantasticlyArtsy:

Same though

Rigo:

romance in a very tender subject...every1 wants to be loved but cant...every1 wants to love but cant... u see when u finally master the heart of love its power...a close second to knowledge.. it takes a strong person to love n not be loved.

Princessgrace998:

@rigo wrote:
romance in a very tender subject...every1 wants to be loved but cant...every1 wants to love but cant... u see when u finally master the heart of love its power...a close second to knowledge.. it takes a strong person to love n not be loved.
I mean true

FantasticlyArtsy:

True but some people like murder and such, not all the lovey dovey kissy kissy stuff

Rigo:

only the weak r drawn to that...they feel small so they feel the need to make others smaller

Rigo:

only the strong r capable to be knocked down by romance n get bk up... i can be knocked down twice n get up 5 times

FantasticlyArtsy:

Romance in stories just make me sad due to the characters ending up to have a child and the child having both parents, it just hits home, y'know?

Rigo:

it might...but ur a strong person n can push through anything...its all mentall

FantasticlyArtsy:

True

FantasticlyArtsy:

I respect your counter-claim

Rigo:

n i respect u

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