Julius Caesar

Act III. Scene I.

1. Describe the four conditions under which Brutus grants this wish.

2. What prophecy does Antony make in his soliloquy at the end of Scene I.

3. Why does Antony want Octavius to wait before coming to Rome?

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1) Brutus wants to be the one to explain the circumstances of Caesar's death; he says that Antony cannot blame them in his funeral speech.; that Antony can say all the good he wants about Caesar, and that Antony may not speak until Brutus is finished.

2) He prophecies that "a curse shall light upon the limbs of men."

3) Antony wants to measure the "danger." He doesn't want Octavius to return until he sees the reactions of the people.


Julius Caesar