The tragedy of Julius Caesar part 2

The tragedy of Julius Caesar part 2

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Act 2 scene 1

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  • Do not take the oath!
  • Go to Caesar, now. I have something up my sleeve.
  • As you wish.
  • It is unjustful for a noble man to sear an oath to someone else.
  • Upon joining Cassius conspiracy Brutus take control of it and makes his own garden at a meeting, convincing others to not take oath. But Cassius prefers that they do so. 
  • What i'm being faithful for? My loyalty stands within myself not with him.
  • Brutus sends Decius to speak with Caesar. Brutus believes that they should kill Marc Antony and Caesar. 
  • Think about what im telling yall. It's true!!
  •  Brutus wants the death of Julius Caesar to appear as an honorable gesture. He believes no noble man needs to swear oath to others because men who do, doubt the strength of devotion.
  • Man up and tell me my love.
  • Brutus now cast aside his commitments of friendship and loyalty towards Caesar.
  •  Brutus asks the men not to “stain” the virtue of their scheme, a word that evokes blood; ultimately, they will not be able to avoid staining themselves with Caesar’s blood.
  • Brutus is still unable to confess to Portia about his plan. Portia is a symbol of Brutus private life. But he believes hiding it, is a good plan.
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