Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello

Rookie - 5 Points (September 30th 1959 / Genoa (Italy))

*G) Julius Caesar


III,2
At the forum. Enter ANTONY, CASSIUS, BRUTUS, ARTEMIDORUS, a SOOTHSAYER.

ANTONY: Cassius, your hands killed Caesar but now they should do anything else.
CASSIUS: Caesar did not attend to the change of the times.
BRUTUS: I should lay my hands on power.
ANTONY: I shall speak to the people. I believe that they should miss their father.
BRUTUS: Please, I would like speaking before. (At the pulpit) Citizens, we killed the tyrant. We reclaim our parlamentary immunity.
ANTONY: (At the pulpit) Men and women beloved by Caesar, we want to put ourself in Caesar's place against his killers.
ARTEMIDORUS: Soothsayer, Caesar did not read my schedule.
SOOTHSAYER: He knew its content. Here we have patients less clever.
ARTEMIDORUS: Caesar loved Cleopatra and they had a baby together. I did not talk about it.
SOOTHSAYER: Antony will do the same thing in Egypt. Octavius will do the rest all over the world.

Submitted: Thursday, March 05, 2009

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