Caesar Ethos

Caesar Ethos
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  • But here's a parchment with the seal of Caesar, I found it in his closet.
  • 'Tis his will let but the commons here this testament. Which pardon me I do not mean to read
  • And they would go and kiss dead Caesar's wounds and dip their napkins in his sacred blood.
  • Antony uses Caesar's official will to sway the people (III.ii.127-128.)
  • The will, the will! We will hear Caesar's will.
  • Antony says he is not going to read Caesar will. (III.ii.128-130)
  • You will compel me then to read the will?
  • The will! The testament!
  • The common folk of Rome say Caesar's blood was sacred and they cherish it. (III.ii.131-132)
  • And let me show you him that made the will. Shall I descend? And will you give me leave?
  • The crowd is practically begging to hear Caesar's will. (III.ii.138)
  • Antony steps down as the peasants continue to ask him to read Caesar's will. (III.ii.153 & 155)
  • He descends from the pupits and shows the people the will. (III.ii.157-158)
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