Julius Caesar Act1 Scene1
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English Shakespeare project...
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The citizens of Rome are celebrating a holiday for Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar Act 1 Scene 1
Flavius and Marullus are angry that the citizens are not working.
Marullus says, "What trade art thou?" and one the citizens says, "Why sir, a carpenter." Marullus asks where his leather apron is, and what he's doing with his best apparel on. He and Flavius are still angry.
When Marullus asks the same thing to another citizen, the citizen cheeks him by saying that he will mend Marullus' sole(soul). However, in the end he says that he is on holiday to rejoice in Caesar's triumph.
Marullus tells all the citizens to go home and pray to the gods to forgive them for taking a holiday just for Caesar.
Flavius and Marullus go round the streets taking decorations off the statues
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