julius caesar act ii scene 1

julius caesar act ii scene 1
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  • It's in our best interest to kill Caesar before he acquires too much power. He could be conspiring against the people.
  • We must act quickly!
  • Caesar is too impulsive. He is sure to turn his back to everyone after he's manipulated us to his advantage.
  • Sir, I found this letter in the window of your study. It looks important.
  • You should get some sleep. But first tell me, is it the 15th of March yet?
  • Yes sir, the Ides of March have passed.
  • I believe someone is knocking at the door...
  • You must be the lot that plans to murder Caesar. But tell me Cassius, why have you brought strangers in my home?
  • They're all welcome then. What brings you here anyways?
  • My apologies, are we intruding? Ah never mind. All of the men I have brought with me are your admirers. They mean well.
  • I'm listening. However, Do you plan on letting Mark Antony live as well!? He'll be pretty much rendered useless once we take care of Caesar.
  • You are right, it wouldn't be wise to go after him. However, how can we get Caesar to go to the capitol today as planned?
  • We need a strong alliance against Caesar if we want to be successful.
  • Fear not, I will go fetch and convince him.
  • Let's carry on as usual then and appear well rested. Sleep soundly. We will surely be successful tomorrow.
  • It's a plan. The morning is approaching so I suppose we'll get going now.
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