Julius Caesar


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  • "Come here, you. Where are you coming from?" (1)
  • "My own house, good lady." (2)
  • "What time is it?" (1)
  • "Around nine o'clock, madam." (2)
  • "Has Caesar gone to the Capitol yet?" (1)
  • "Madam, not yet. I'm going to stand so I can see him pass on the way to the Capitol." (2)
  • Portia and the soothsayer start talking.
  • "You have some plea for Caesar, don't you?" (1)
  • "Yes, I do, lady. If it pleases Caesar to be so good to himself as to hear me, I'll try to get him to do what's good for him" (2)
  • Portia is asking the Soothsayer what time it is.
  • "Why, do you know of any harm intended toward him?" (1)
  • "Nothing that I know for sure, but a lot that I'm afraid might happen. Good morning to you. The street is narrow here... I'll move to a more open place and there speak to great Caesar as he walks past." (2)
  • Portia is wondering if Caesar has left for the Capitol yet.
  • "I must go in. (aside) Oh, a woman's heart is so weak! "Oh, Brutus, may the gods aid you in you endeavor! Surely, the boy heard me. (to Lucius) Brutus has a claim that Caesar won't grant. Oh, I feel faint. Run, Lucius, and speak well of me to my lord. Say that I'm happy. Then return to me and tell me what he says to you."
  • Portia is trying to figure out what the Soothsayer is going to say to Caesar.
  • As soon as the Soothsayer finishes what he says he exits.
  • Portia is having a conversation to herself.
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