julius caesar

julius caesar

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  • Act III Scene II
  • As due respect for my dear friend, Caesar, I shall not read the will. 
  • The Plebians are asking Mark Antony to read Caesar's will, but he refuses. 
  • Read the will, Mark Antony! Read the will!!
  • Antony comes down and they make a ring around Caesar's corpse while Antony details his death. 
  • Caesar didn't deserve to die. He was a good man, who was stabbed 32 times by Brutus, Cassius, and their men. 
  • Mark Antony claims that he's not detailing Caesar's death to get them mad at the conspirators. 
  • But of course, dear Romans, I am not telling you all this to upset you, or stir you up with anger. 
  • Anthony explains parts of Caesar's will to the Plebians, and they get angry at the conspirators. 
  • That good man! He didn't deserve to die! Let's kill them all!!!
  • He has left for you all 75 Drachmas.
  • Thank you. 
  • Mark Antony, Octavius Caesar and Lepidus have just arrived at Caesar's house.
  • Antony's servant comes to tell him that Lepidus and Octavius Caesar have arrived at Caesar's house. 
  • His name is Cinna. Kill him!! Tear him for his bad verses!! 
  • My name is Cinna the Poet. I'm on the way to Caesar's funeral as a friend. 
  • The Plebians are harassing Cinna the Poet because he has the same name as a Cinna the conspirator. They kill him. 
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