Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

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  • Caesar: Beware of Brutus; take heed of Casca; have an eye to Cinna;trust not Trebonius; mark well Metellus Cimber; Brutus loves thy not;thou has wronged Cauis Ligarius.All these men are against you. Caesar, you are not immortal. May the gods defend thee. If Caesar does not take this letter the fate will be in the hands of the traitors.
  • Act 2: Scene 3
  • Run to the senate house off you go. I wish a huge mountain stood between my heart and my tongue. I have the mind of a man but the strength of a woman. How hard is it to keep a secret? I can keep secrets. why are you still here?
  • I would like to understand my errand Madam.
  • Act 2: Scene 4
  • Yes, bring me word, boy, if thy look well. For Caesar went sickly forth, and take good note what he doth. I hear a bustling rumor,like a fray, and the wind. It's coming from the capital!
  • Madam, what should I do? Run to the capital and nothing else?And return to you, thats it?
  • I don't hear anything, Madam.
  • Artemidorus reading a letter he wrote to give to Caesar on his way to the capital.
  • Come here, hi there my fellow. Where have you been? Has Caesar gong to the capital yet?
  • At my own house ,good lady. Madam not yet, I'll go take my stand, to see him pass into the capital.
  • Portia telling Lucius to go to the Capital to check on Caesar because she is worried about him. She also tells him that she never reveals a secret
  • You have some suit to Caesar, hast thou not? Know'st thou any harm's intended towards him?
  • That I have, if it will please Caesar. To be so lucky as to listen to me. No harm that I know will be. But I fear the street is narrow. The throng that follows Caesar at the heels,of senators, of praetors and of common suitors, will crowd around him. Thou not worry I will speak to him there.
  • Lucius asking Portia what to do when he sees Caesar at the Capital. Portia telling him to bring back word of what is happening. She also hears something coming from the capital that Lucius does not hear.
  • I must go to the capital and speak to Caesar. Something harmful will happen to him. Ay, I am feeling faint.
  • Portia asking the fortune-teller where she has been and if Caesar went to the capital yet.
  • Portia asking the fortune-teller if she thinks there will be any harm towards Caesar today. The fortune-teller tells her that she sees intended harm towards Caesar and at the capital she will advise him to go back home.
  • The fortune-teller telling herself that she needs to go to the capital to tell Caesar what is going to happen to him.
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