julius caesar act 2

julius caesar act 2

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  • He is welcome here. He's welcome, too. They are all welcome here. 
  • This is Trebonius.This, Decius Brutus. This, Casca, This, Cinna.  And this, Metellus Cimber. 
  • Don't go out today. Say its my fear that keeps you indoors, not your own. On my knees i beg you to listen to me. 
  • Mark Antony shall say i'm sick. To please you i'll stay home.
  • The conspirators entered . Their business there was to  convince Brutus to join them in their plot against Caesar. 
  • This dream was interpreted incorrectly. It is a fair and promising vision. Your   state spouting blood through many pipes, in which so many smiling Romans bathed, signifies that great Rome regards you as its lifeblood, and that great men look to you for honors.  
  • But for your personal information, Calpurnia here, my wife, wants me to stay at home.Last night she dreamed she saw my statue, and it was like a fountain with a hundred spouts, all running pure blood. And many noble Romans came smiling to bathe their hands in it 
  • Caesar; Neither heaven nor earth has been  calm tonight. Three times Calpurnia has cried out i her sleep," help, there! They are murdering  Caesar!"
  • "Caesar; Beware of Brutus. Take heed of Cassius. Keep away from Casca.Watch Cinna. Don't trust Trebonius. Take note of Metellus Cimber.Decius Brutus doesn't like you . You have wronged Caius LIgarius. These men are all of one mind.They are against Caesar. 
  • Calpurnia: "Alas, my lord, your confidence has overruled your common sense. Don't go out today. Say it's my fears that keeps you in, not your own . We'll send Mark Antony to the  Senate House. He can say you aren't well today."[ Kneeling, very anxious ]
  • Run to the Senate house, will you, boy! Don't stop to answer me . Off you go! Whats keeping you?
  • To know my errand, madam. 
  • Caesar: You came  just in time to convey my greetings to the senators , and tell them that i will not come today.
  • Rome. Near the capitol. Artemidorus, a learned man, stands waiting in the street, carrying a letter which he reads aloud. 
  • Outside the house of Brutus. Portia  tells Lucius to run to the capitol. 
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