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A summary of Act I, scene ii in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. ... He wonders in what sort of age they are living when one man can tower over the rest of ...

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Flourish Enter CAESAR, ANTONY, dressed for the course, CALPHURNIA, PORTIA, DECIUS, CICERO, BRUTUS, CASSIUS, CASCA, and a SOOTHSAYER in a ...

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A summary of Act I, scene ii in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. ... 1 of 5. What is Antony preparing to do as Caesar and his entourage enter the public ...

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A summary of Act I, scene i in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. ... (I.i.2–5). Murellus engages a cobbler in a lengthy inquiry about his profession; ... reveals his belief that a laborer can be good for one thing and one thing only: laboring.

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Read Julius Caesar alongside a modern English translation. Act 1; Scene 1 · Scene 2 · Scene 3. Act 2 ... Julius Caesar (SparkNotes Literature Guide Series)

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A summary of Act II, scene i in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. ... against Caesar: “Thus must I piece it out: / Shall Rome stand under one man's awe?

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I hear a voice more piercing than the music of these trumpets calling “Caesar!” Speak. Caesar is listening. SOOTHSAYER. 20Beware the ides of March.

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He's still sharp when it comes to carrying out a bold or noble enterprise, though he puts on this show of stupidity. He speaks roughly, but what he says is smart, ...

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I've heard many of the noblest Romans—next to immortal Caesar—speaking of you, complaining of the tyranny of today's government, and wishing that your ...

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Cassius, don't take it badly. If I seem guarded, it's only because I'm uneasy with myself. Lately I've been overwhelmed with private thoughts and inner conflicts, ...