Julius Cesar Act 4 Scene 1
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Act VI Scene I
Your brother too must die. Consent you, Lepidus? (Octavius, 2)
I do consent(Lepidus, 3a)
These many, then, shall die; their names are pricked (Antony,1)
Because Publius was also involved in Caesar's demise Antony is required to kill his own nephew.
Upon condition Publius shall not live. (Lepidus,4)
He shall not live. With a spot I damn him. (Antony, 6-7)
In secret Antony and Octavius discuss how they will come to rule together but then ultimately kick Lepidus out of power.
Then we take down his load, and turn him off. (Antony 27)
You may do your will; But he's a tried and valiant solider.(Octavius 27b)
Act VI Scene II
Civil war breaks out and Brutus and Cassius fights against Antony and Octavius.
Stand Ho!(Brutus, 1)
Cassius and Brutus argue about battle plans before a poet comes in to try to calm them down, afterwards over wine Brutus tells Cassius of Portia's death
What Portia!(Cassius, 200)
No man bears sorrow better. Portia is dead. (Brutus, 199)
The ghost of Cesar appears acting like Brutus' evil spirit. After waking the other soldiers who see nothing Brutus orders the march on Philippi first.
Thy evil spirit Brutus(Ghost of Cesar, 334a)
How ill this taper burn- Speak to me what thou art(Brutus, 327, 333)
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