Octavius Caesar Act 3 Analysis
Octavius. Brutus and Cassius are joining allies and Octavius and Antony are joining allies. There
is some confusion going on in these scenes, that have you wondering what is going to happen
next. Two of the characters are arguing and not getting along well. Some of the characters are
trying to join forces with each other but aren’t getting along with one another. The fates of each
one of them are all different and any of them are very capable of dying. The word fate means the
development of events beyond a person’s control, regarded as determined by a supernatural
power. Or another meaning is something happening in a particular way. In this paper I …show more content…
Even though, I would say Brutus and Cassius are closer
than them, they do not act like it. Their fates will be, they will end up winning and defeating
Cassius and Brutus. From scenes 2 and 3 they are planning and trying to figure out a plan to
defeat Brutus and Cassius. They go through the whole process more professionally than them.
Maybe even, Cassius and Brutus and Antony and Octavius may all just come to their senses.
They need to think to themselves, that it isn’t worth it and they should all just leave each other
alone and solve the problem, professionally. I doubt that will happen because they are some
stubborn characters and are going to get what they want. I wish violence was not the answer but
in this case, to them it is. I do not know whether Cassius and Brutus plan is going to work or not.
All I know is that they do not deserve to win because of all they have done, they murdered
Caesar. Antony and Octavius have been loyal and not caused that much harm to anyone. Brutus
is not to be trusted nor Cassius.
I have discussed how Brutus fates would be because of scenes 2 and 3. Next, I discussed how
Cassius fates would be. Then, how Octavius fates would be. Then, how Antony’s fates would