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Therefore, good Brutus be prepar'd to hear; and since you know you cannot see yourself so well as by reflection I your glass will modestly discover to yourself that of yourself you yet know not of.
Cassius tells Brutus what he knows well of him and what other people say. Brutus does not know these things of himself and about his worth so he listens.
Brutus and Caesar what should that be in Caesar? Why should that name be more sounded than yours? Write them together, yours is a fair a name.
Cassius questions why Caesar is greater than Brutus when they are the same. Logically they both are loved by a group of people and can lead but Caesar is the only one in power.
There was once a Brutus I know that took down a king for the state and the good of the people
Cassius talks about Brutus' ancestor and appeals to him emotionaly by teliing him he's not living up to that.
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