The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
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No man bears sorrow better. Portia is dead
O my dear brother, This was an ill beginning of the night. Never come such division 'tween our souls! Let it not, Brutus.
Everything is well.
Why com'st thou?
To tell thou shalt see me at Philippi.
Brutus tells Cassius that he is sick of many griefs and proceeds to tell him that Portia is dead. Cassius asks, "Upon what sickness" and Brutus says it was because she got impatient of his absence.
After Brutus tells Cassius about Portia they agree not to argue, so they make up.
While Brutus is sleeping the ghost of Caesar appears to him in a dream and says he will see him at Philippi.
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