Act 3 Scene 3

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  • 3.3pg2.25-29
  • Cinna The Poet
  • "I dreamt tonight that I did feast with Caesar, and things unlucky charge my fantasy. I have no will to wander forth of doors, Yet something leads me forth."
  • 3.3.1
  • Cinna The Poet
  • 3.3.5-8
  • Plebeian 1
  • "What is your name?"
  • Where are you going?
  • Plebeian 2
  • Where do you live?
  • Plebiean 3 
  • Plebiean 4
  • "Are you a married man or a bachelor?"
  • 3.3.13-19
  • 3.3pg2.34-36
  • Cinna The Poet
  • What’s my name? Where am I going? Where do I live? Am I a married man or a bachelor? Then, to answer every man briefly, wisely, and truthfully—wisely I say, I am a bachelor.
  • Come, firebrands, over here! To Brutus’s, to Cassius’s, let’s burn them all. Some of you go to Decius’s house and some to Casca’s. Some to Ligarius’s. Go!
  • You imply that married men are fools. You’ll get a blow from me for that, I think. Go on with what you were saying—right this instant.
  • Plebeian 2
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  • Plebeian 1
  • Plebeian 2
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  •  3."Tear him apart for his bad verses, tear him up!"
  • Plebeian 4
  • 1. Tell us your name, sir, truthfully.
  • Plebeian 3
  • Cinna The Poet
  • 2. Truthfully, my name is Cinna
  • The plebeians then proceed to attack Cinna.
  • Plebian 1
  • Plebeian 2
  • Cinna The Poet
  • Plebeian 3
  • Plebian 4
  • Plebeian 1
  • Plebeian 2
  • Plebeian 3
  • Plebeian 4
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