The Tragedy of Julius Caesar: Act 2

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar: Act 2
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  •     “Brutus, thou sleep’st. Awake, and see thyself.Shall Rome, etc. Speak, strike, redress!”      “Shall Rome stand under one man’s awe?
  • Dont kill Anthony for he is but a limb, As for Ceasar, lets kill him boldly, not wrathfully.
  • Whats going on? 
  • You must tell me for I am your wife.
  • Im just sick. 
  • Lucius (Brutus' servant) hands Brutus a letter snet to him by the conspirarators asking him to join the conspiracy.
  • I HAD A DREAM! I HAVE A BAD FEELING, PLESE DONT GO TO THE SENATE'S HOUSE!
  • Decius is right, I shall go, I cant let my people think im weak.
  • Cassius and the other members arrive and convice Brutus to join the Conspiracy. Brutus accepts with the exception of killing Anthony.
  • Portia (Brutu's wife) demands to knwo the cause of Brutus' grief but he turns it down.
  • Oh Brutus! What have you gotten yourself into!
  • Im worried for Caesar
  • Calpurnia ( Caesar's wife) had dreamed of his statue bleeding and she interpreted this as a foreshawing of his death. She warns him not to go to the Senate's House but Decius convinves him to.
  • Artemidorus thinks to himself as he encountered a letter with the conspirators name on it and he warns Caesar about it but Caesar ignores it.
  • Portia worried asks Lucius to go to the Senate's House and get information on Brutus. A soothsayer tells Portia about the conspirator plan and she worries about what her husband is up to.
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