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What is the significance of Caesar's quote, "Et tu, Brute? Then fall Caesar" (3.1.84)?
Caesar is not surprised that Brutus has stabbed him since he was suspicious of him from the beginning.
Caesar is saddened by the betrayal of his friend, but he is not surprised.
Caesar is shocked by Brutus' malicious attack and feels as though he's been betrayed by his good friend.
Caesar realizes that he does deserve to die, condemning himself, because of the tyrant he has become.
Caesar's attack has come as no surprise since he has been suspicious of Brutus' behavior lately.