Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

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  • Then if we lose this battle, you’ll be willing to be led in chains through the streets of Rome?
  • No, Cassius, no. Don’t imagine that I’ll ever allow myself to return to Rome in chains.
  • Ride, ride, Messala, ride, and give these dispatches to our forces on the other side.
  • They are, my lord.
  • This hill is far enough. Look, look, Titinius. Are those my tents on fire?
  • Brutus and Cassius fighting.
  • Titinius is surrounded by horsemen who are quickly approaching him.
  • Come down, look no more. Oh, I’m such a coward for living long enough to see my best friend taken before my eyes!
  • Brutus telling Messala to send a letter to their forces on the other side.
  • Come here, boy. I took you prisoner in Parthia, and at that time I made you swear to try to do whatever I ordered you to, except take your own life. Come now, keep your oath.
  • Cassius asks Titinius if his tents are on fire.
  • What awful thing did Brutus ask of you?
  • To kill him, Clitus. Look, he’s meditating on what to do.
  • Pindarus tells Cassius what is happening to Titinius.
  • Cassius tells Pindarus to kill him.
  • Dardanius asks Clitus what Brutus asked him.
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