Act 4 Scene 1-5

Act 4 Scene 1-5
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  • Pindarus. Order our commanders to move their troops away from here.
  • Lucius you do the same. Nobody is to enter our tent until we've finished our conference. Lucilius and Titinius- guard the door.
  • This is how you have wronged me. You have condemned and publicly denounced Lucius Pella for taking bribes here from the Sardians. My letters, appealing his behalf because I knew the man, you slightly ignored. At such a time as this, it isn't politic that every small offense should come in for criticism. 
  • You wronged yourself when you wrote supporting him. Let me tell you, Cassius, that you yourself are often accused of having an itching palm, selling and trading your political appointments for payment to worthless men.
  • Continues argument about Julius Caesar's death their own relationship, and how they're going to fend off against Antony's army of men.
  • Argues alongside Cassius about brotherhood.
  • Now argues about their friendship and wonders if it's healthy or not and continue the argument through brotherhood.
  • Cassius: If you hate me so much then stick this blade through my heart and let it end. Brutus: I will Not I value our brotherhood too much to let it end like this.
  • They hug and end their feud and thus begins war on Antony and fights for their friends, honor, family, and brotherhood.
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