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Roman dictator Julius Caesar returns from a effective crusade in Spain, inflicting his fellow-citizens to distrust the scope of his political pursuits. Afraid that he'll settle for the name of king , a gaggle of conspirators convince Marcus Brutus to affix their plot opposed to Caesar. William Shakespeare s play revolves round Marcus Brutus as he grapples with problems with friendship, honor, and patriotism.

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The obvious seize of Titinius seventy four the mum i. e. the depression brain seventy nine darts arrows/spears seventy nine envenomèd poisoned 86 wreath of victory i. e. laurel wreath ninety one apace fast ninety two appeared revered, esteemed ninety three half function, duty/proper behavior one hundred and one personal right personal Low muted, quiet 103 whe’er even if 107 fellow equivalent a hundred and ten Thasos island within the north of the Aegean Sea, now not faraway from Philippi 112 ache dishearten 114 battles battalions 116 try out attempt 2 bastard i. e. base individual, person who isn't any valid Roman four Marcus Cato additionally Portia’s father 7 i'm Brutus Lucilius lies so as to confuse the enemy and shield Brutus thirteen basically … die I yield in simple terms to die 14 quite a bit both Lucilius deals the soldier cash or he refers back to the abundance of honor to be received from killing Brutus 14 instantly right now 17 Room, ho make room 25 or both 33 is chanced has fallen out, come to move five. five 1 continues to be remnants, survivors 2 confirmed the torch-light i. e. signaled to teach that he had accomplished his reconnaissance venture 17 checklist listen 21 a number of separate 27 beat pushed 27 pit capture for animals/grave 29 tarry wait 31 that … outdated that previous friendship of ours 32 sword-hilts sword deal with 33 place of work activity nonetheless carrying on with forty two vile ignoble, morally reprehensible forty six yet … hour toiled with the only real objective of discovering death/done not anything except toil to reach at this element 50 recognize recognition fifty one smatch smack, style fifty five nonetheless at peace Retreat sign for the pursuing troops to stop fifty eight guy servant 60 make … him i. e. cremate his physique sixty one purely on my own sixty one overcame conquered sixty three So in exactly this sort of manner sixty five entertain hire sixty seven favor suggest seventy two most recent final seventy five that what seventy five envy of malice toward/jealousy of seventy six He … them he by myself joined the conspiracy out of honorable problem for the typical strong seventy six sincere honorable/genuine seventy eight light noble seventy eight parts i. e.

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