Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello
Genoa Italy
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*i) Julius Caesar - The Portia's Soliloquy

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Enter BRUTUS and CASSIUS, then THE GHOST OF CAESAR.

BRUTUS: I had to set our army but I wonder whether our soldiers love us. Our enemies are
going to get to Philippi.
CASSIUS: We shall be worth the respect of our soldiers.
BRUTUS: I am insomniac.
THE GHOST OF CAESAR: You will sleep In Philippi.

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PORTIA at home.
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*i) Julius Caesar - The Portia's Soliloquy
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Topic(s) of this poem: abused,monologue
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
After a few years, the Portia's character reminds me of Pia de' Tolomei.
In the picture: "Pia de' Tolomei" by S. Grieco, Italy,1958.
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" Remember me, I am Pia; In Siena was born, in Maremma died: Fellow that before gave me the ring And got married with me, knows it. (Dante, Purgatory, V: 133-136)
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