The play opens with a little word play between Flavius, Marullus, and a few workers. The workers are on their way to see Julius Caesar who has recently returned from his victorious battle against Pompey. The reader immediately sees the dislike the tribunes have towards Caesar. However, the commoners seem to love Caesar.
The scene moves to a large gathering where Caesar is the focus. As Caesar converses with Mark Antony,
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body, Titinius kills himself. Later Brutus says that Caesar's spirit "walks abroad" and I take that to mean that Caesar is making sure his killers will die.
By the end, Brutus and Cassius' armies have been overwhelmed and Antony and Octavius are fast moving in on Brutus. Brutus asks Strato to kill him and he agrees. Once Antony and Octavius find the body they say that Brutus was the only noble person among the conspirators.