Act 3, scene 1 pt 2

Act 3, scene 1 pt 2

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  • And Cassius too.
  • Go to the pulpit, Brutus.
  • Be not affrighted: ambition's debt is payed.
  • There is no harm intended to your person, nor to no Roman else: so tell them, Publius. Let no man abide this deed, but we the doers.
  • Fled to his house amazed: men, wives and children stare, cry out and run as it were doomsday.
  • Where is Antony?
  • After being directed to address the crowd at the pulpit, Brutus can't find Publius. Cinna claims that Publius is shocked and Metellus asks the conspirators to stand together in case Caesar's friends in the Capitol want to start a fight.
  • Stoop, Romans, stoop, and let us bathe our hands in Caesar's blood: then we walk forth, even to the market-place, let's all cry 'peace, freedom and liberty!'
  • Brutus reassures everyone that no harm will come to anyone else and that no one should be blamed except the perpetrators.
  • Soft! Who comes here? A friend of Antony's.
  • If Brutus will vouchsafe that Antony may safely come to him, and be resolved how Caesar hath deserved to lie in death, Mark Antony shall not love Caesar dead so well as Brutus living.
  • Trebonius re-enters. Cassius quetions Antony's whereabouts. Trebonius then tells him that Antony fled to his house an that Rome is in chaos.
  • I'll fetch him presently.
  • Thy master is a wise and valiant Roman. Tell him, so please him come unto this place, he shall be satisfied; and by my honor, depart untouched.
  • Brutus explains to the Romans that they have spared Caesar from the fear of dying and then tells them to cover themselves in Caesar's blood before they parade the streets.
  • A servant enters to ask Brutus if it is safe for Antony to come and hear the story of why the conspirators killed Caesar. The servant also tells Brutus that Antony is now faithful to him.
  • Brutus tells the servant that Antony does not need to worry about being harmed. The servant then leaves to get him.
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