Julius Caesar Act IV

Julius Caesar Act IV

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  • Octavius, Lepidus, and Antony are working out which of the conspirators they plan to kill. They decide that even family can be ridden of. Lepidus was then sent to fetch Caesar's will in order for them to uncover loopholes in it for more goods. Antony revealed that Lepidus is only an errand boy. 
  • Can we kill your brother, Lepidus?
  • I guess.
  • And my nephew.
  • Meanwhile, at a camp in Sardis, Cassius arrived and scolded Brutus for publicly addressing the bribery of Lucius Pella, which is exactly what Cassius told Brutus not to do in a letter.  They later decided to take the argument in Brutus' tent. 
  • You wronged yourself to write in such a case!
  • You wronged me, Brutus!
  • Your faults are some of the worst ever! You sold offices for gold
  • In Brutus' tent, Brutus and Cassius' fight over bribes turned into more personal attacks. Cassius became very emotional as Brutus poked at all his characteristics and decisions. For example, Cassius had been selling office positions to the highest bidder instead of who deserved it. 
  • You're hurting my feelings. 
  • Cassius resorted to telling Brutus to kill him since no one liked him. Because of that, Brutus and Cassius made up and explained their rash behavior; Brutus mentioned Portia's death and Cassius said his anger was from his mother. They then promised to never fight again. Cassius left the tent to sleep. 
  • It has been so hard lately. Portia died.
  • I get this from my mom but I swear I love you, man. 
  • Brutus was woken by the Ghost of Caesar. The Ghost told Brutus that they would meet again at the battle in Philippi the next day. Then the Ghost vanished, leaving Brutus alone to interpret this message. 
  • Who goes there?!
  • Thou shalt see me at Philippi.
  • Brutus was convinced that the Ghost was a sign to meet Antony at the battle field that instant. He announced to his troops and Cassius that they would be leaving that night.
  • I've decided to leave now.
  • You sure?
  • What?! At this hour?
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