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Julius Caesar Act IV
Updated: 6/16/2020
Julius Caesar Act IV
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  • "These many then shall die; their names are pricked."
  • "You may do your will; but he's a tried and valiant soldier."
  • "So is my horse, Octavius, and for that I do appoint him store of provender."
  • "He greets me well. Your master, Pindarus, in his own change, or by ill officers, hath given me some worthy cause to wish things undone; but if he be at hand, I shall be satisfied."
  • Act IV Scene 1-Antony, Lepidus, and Octavius are creating a list of people that need to be killed, as well as discussing Caesar's will.
  • "Most noble brother, you have done me wrong"
  • Act IV Scene 1-Antony talks about his opinion about Lepidus while he is out of the room. He claims he is not worthy enough to overtake Rome and compares him to a horse.
  • "Let me tell you Cassius, you yourself are much condemned to have an itching palm."
  • ACT IV Scene 2-Outside Brutus' tent, he realizes Cassius has had a very short-tempered attitude towards him. Brutus is then informed by Pindarus that Cassius is on his way to meet Brutus.
  • "Thy evil spirit, Brutus"
  • Act IV Scene 2-Cassius arrives and starts a fight with Brutus.
  • Act IV Scene 3-The argument between Cassius and Brutus continues inside the tent.
  • Act IV Scene 3-Brutus sees Caesar's spirit at night.
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