Julius Caesar Act 3- Maria Paredes

Julius Caesar Act 3- Maria Paredes

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  • Oh please dear Caesar, let my brother, Publius Cimber, roam the streets of Rome once again. Allow him too come back.
  • Well then, hands speak for me!
  • I am as constant as the Northern Star. Publius Cimber will not return.
  • Et tu, Brute?
  • Brutus, let me speak at Caesar's funeral. 
  • Yes, but you must speak after me, on go against what we say, and not blame us for the death of Caesar.
  • Romans, countrymen, lovers hear me out. I loved Caesar, but I loved Rome more. Caesar was too ambitious and for that reason he had to die. He would have become a tyrant. Would you rather be free and have Caesar dead or have him be alive and you all die as slaves. Fellow Romans, I leave you with Mark Antony who will speak of Caesar's glories.
  • Crown Brutus!
  • Live, Brutus, Live !
  • Fellow Romans, friends, and countrymen, Brutus says that Caesar had to die because he was too ambitious and Brutus is an honorable man, but Caesar was much more honorable. He refused the crown three times. He also said in his will that he left each and one of you 75 drachmas and freedom to roam his land.  I will miss my friend, Caesar
  • Poor soul. Woe is him
  • Oh those traitors! They are villains! 
  • Die, Cinna, Die!!!!!! You are a traitor to Caesar
  • NO!! I am Cinna the poet, not Cinna the conspirator. 
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