What happened to Cicero in Julius Caesar?
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Subsequently, one may also ask, what did Cicero say about Julius Caesar?
Cicero said: "In a kingdom, only the king has many rights. Kings can be wise and just. But rule by one person can easily become tyranny." Cicero spoke out against Julius Caesar when Caesar declared himself dictator.
Similarly, what happens to Brutus at the end of Julius Caesar? He avenges Caesar and commits suicide by running into his own sword. He dies after Pindarus, at his request, stabs him with his own sword. He survives the battle and declares Brutus the most noble Roman.
Considering this, is Cicero for or against Caesar?
Cicero and Antony now became the two leading men in Rome: Cicero as spokesman for the Senate; Antony as consul, leader of the Caesarian faction, and unofficial executor of Caesar's public will. After he returned to Italy, Cicero began to play him against Antony.
How did the crowd react to Caesar refusing the crown?
Casca observes that the second time Caesar refuses the crown 'he was very loath to lay his fingers off it', meaning he didn't want to let go of the crown. After refusing it a third time, the crowd protests and Caesar faints.