Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello
*B) Julius CaesarI,2
Enter CAESAR, CALPHURNIA Caesar's wife, MARK ANTONY for the course.
CAESAR: Now is the feast of Lupercal made glorious winter by this sun of Rome. I did what it
needed. Today I am seeing you again.
CALPHURNIA: You are tired and need cares.
CAESAR: I need life because I learned to love it and I am enjoying it.
CALPHURNIA: Pompey was your son-in-law and you sent your army against him.
CAESAR: I sent army against his army.
ANTONY: The course is starting, at its end I shall climb the rostra to offer you the crown.
CAESAR: With or without crown, Calphurnia, joyfully we shall be together.
Enter BRUTUS and CASSIUS
CASSIUS: In this moment of crisis we must be united and determined.
BRUTUS: We are praetors and have our salary but it is little in hard times.
CASSIUS: Caesar wants to cut our salaries. He tells that we are inefficient.
BRUTUS: He trampled on the republican institutes!
CASSIUS: We can trample on him.
BRUTUS: I don't want to get into trouble with the law, I should wast time though need money.
CASSIUS: You will have money and a lot. All we need is killing him.
BRUTUS: Many people must do it, hired killers could do it.
CASSIUS: We must meet and find a method, so there, we are going to talk about the method.
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