Julius Caesar

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  • So is my horse, Octavius, and for that do appoint him store of provender. Is it a creature that teach to fight to wind, to stop, to run directly on, his corporal motion governed by my spirit.
  • We shall take this in my tent so our soldiers do not see us arguing Cassius.
  • How dare thy wrong me Brutus. You let Lucius Pella go for such a petty crime in such a time.
  • Cassius, you are corrupt as well, for you took bribes as well and would not led me money!
  • I did not.
  • Antony's house in Rome where Octavius, Antony and Lepidus are meeting. In the scene, Octavius and Antony talk about using Lepidus as a "work horse" to do the dirty work.
  • Why farewell Portia.
  • My lord, with sad news I bring the sad news that Portia has died.
  • In Sardis, Cassius arrives back into camp where he expresses his anger toward Brutus. They decide to argue in Brutus' tent.
  • We shall meet their troops at Philippi so they cannot pick up support on the way.
  • But Brutus.......
  • I agree with Brutus!
  • Inside Brutus' tent in Sardis, Cassius and Brutus talk about their issues over.
  • O......O.....Okay Julius....we shall see each other again....
  • I shall see you at Philippi Brutus.
  • Inside Brutus' tent, he "learns" of Portia's death from Messala.
  • In the tent Messala, Brutus and Cassius discuss a war plan to fight opposing troops. Cassius opposes the plan but losses the argument.
  • While Brutus is about to go to bed, he gets an unexpected visit from the ghost of Julius Caesar.
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