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  • I will go out. The things that threaten me have only seen my back. When they see my face of Caesar, they will vanish.
  • What do you mean, Caesar? Think you to walk forth? You shall not stir out of the house today.
  • Alas, my lord your confidence is getting the better of your wisdom. Don't go out today. Say that it's my fear that keeps you inside and not your own.  (she kneels)
  • All right. Mark Antony will say I'm not well, and to please you I'll stay home.
  • Hail, Caesar! Good morning, worthy Caesar. I've come to take you to the senate house.
  • And you've come at a good time, so you can convey my greetings to the senators and tell them I wont come today
  • Say he's sick.
  • Most mighty Caesar give me some reason, so I won't be laughed at when I tell them so.
  • Calphurnia my wife, is keeping me at home. Last night, she dreamed she saw a statue of me with a hundred holes in it, like a fountain with pure blood flowing from it, and many happy Romans came smiling and washed their hand in it. She takes these signs for warninigs and predictions of terrible evil to come.
  • This dream has been interpreted all wrong. It was a good and lucky vision. Your statue spouting blood through many holes, in which many smiling Romans bathed, means that you'll provide great Rome with sustaining blood, and that great men will strive to get some token of approval from your holy blood. This is what Calphurnia's dream mean
  • You've offered an excellent interpretation.
  • Tell them to prepare the other room for guest. I'm to blame for making you wait for me. Good friends, go in and have some wine with me. And we'll leave together, like friends.
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