Act 4 Scene 3 p. 9-11
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Welcome, Titinius, Messala! Come sit by the candle to discuss our needs.
Brutus, is Portia really gone?
Please Cassius, don't. Messala, I've received letters about Octavius and Mark Antony rushing toward Philippi.
And anything else?
I have received the same letters.
That with legal writs, Octavius, Antony, and Lepidus have killed over 100 senators.
I have not, Messala.
Why do you ask? Have you heard of her in your letters?
Have you received letters or news about your wife, my lord?
Now, as you are Roman, tell me the truth.
Then you must take the truth I must tell as a Roman. It's certain that she is dead, and she died in a strange way.
No, my lord.
Well, goodbye. Portia. We all must die, Messala, Having already thought about the fact that she would have to die sometime, I can endure her death now.
That's the way great men ought to endure great losses.