julius Caeser act 2 scene 2

julius Caeser act 2 scene 2

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  • Three times I've heard Calpurnia scream in her sleep, "Help ho! They murder Caeser."
  • act 2 scene 2
  • I'm sorry Calpurnia. I must go.
  • Caeser shall go forth. Cowards die many times before their death. brave men only die once. My death will come when it comes.
  • Are you thinking of going out today? You shouldn't leave the house today.
  • Caeser, omens never scared me but now I am really frightened. There are many abnormal things going on, graves split open releasing corpses. Also, ghosts shrieked and squealed in the streets. I am scared.
  • They advise against you going out today. When the opened up the innards of the sacrifice there was no heart.
  • The gods are showing disapproval of cowardice. Danger knows I am more dangerous. Ceaser shall go forth.
  • My servant is here. What did the fortune tellers say?
  • Caeser is saying how Calpurnia is screaming that Caeser is getting murdered in her sleep.
  • Your confidence is overruling your common sense. Say it's my fears that is keeping you home. Send Mark Antony to say you aren't well. Please I am begging.
  • Calpurnia is telling caeser that he shouldn't go out today.
  • Say he is sick.
  • Hello Decius.
  • My wife had bad dreams where there was a fountain of me where blood came out of my body.
  • I shall not send a lie tell them i will not come
  • Tell them I will not come today.
  • I come to get you to go to the capital.
  • Give me a reason to tell them or i will get laughed at.
  • the Servant comes back with the results from the sacrifice and it's bad news.
  • The dream was misinterpreted, your statue was sprouting blood from so many pipes so that all the smiling romans can have a bath in your blood. It regards you as its life blood. I heard that they might give the crown to you, but if you don't come they will say, "lets suspend the senate until his wife has better dreams."
  • See how foolish your dreams seem now, Calpernia. Lets all go to the capital.
  • Calpurnia has convinced Caeser not to go out today.
  • Okay I will stay home. Antony will tell them I will not come.
  • Caeser was telling Decius that he's not going today.
  • Decius has convinced Caeser to go to the capital.
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