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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Read the following passage from Albert Stroud’s poem “Julius Caesar.” The wary crew soon laid their plan and waited long to get their man. “He is ambitious,” Brutus said; though thrice had Caesar shook his head, and thrice the crown he did refuse. They murmured: “Don’t it beat the deuce? Did’st ever hear of such a thing? He does not want the job of King. Perhaps he seeks a higher place and thinks ere long to be the Ace.” The selection in bold shows that Brutus wanted to stop Caesar so that Brutus could become the king of Rome. that Brutus believed Caesar would soon accept the offer

OpenStudy (anonymous):

that Brutus believed Caesar planned to become more powerful than the king of Rome. that Brutus was angry with Caesar for lying to the beloved and rightful king of Rome.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Is this entire passage what's in bold then? What does Brutus say? And then what does the crowd say? The language is a little antique. Are you able to follow it?

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