1. Lord Weston had made a reminder note for himself to remember the man whom he met on Tuesday at Hampton. The man name was Mr. Caesar who was a gardener and was supposed to come to see Mr. Weston on that morning to talk about rose trees.
2. He had described his writing earlier by saying “the venomous scribbling of an illiterate”.
3. The irony of the play revolves around the fact that in first it keeps the readers in a suspense thriller when the message of Remember Caesar is scribbled on the paper and is show cased as a death threat for Lord Weston on which he displays so much drama and even put his secretary in to the false belief of that message. But in reality it is all due to a misunderstanding brought by the memory loss about that crumpled piece of paper. It is actually scribbled by Lord Weston himself to remind him of the man named Caesar who is a gardener and who met with him on some day and has agreed to meet him to look at his roses that morning. The play starts with the panic-struck suspense till the truth about the scrap of paper is revealed at the end of the play with a humorous note.
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