|"Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead!"|
|"Beware the ides of March!"|
|Gentle Portia and Brutus|
Here is LizzeBee's (9) poem narration of Act 2.4
Portia finds out the conspirator's plan
and says to the servant Lucius,
"Go to the capital- an errand for thee."
"But why?" says the servant Lucius.
"For word from my husband, Brutus.He left ill in his mind this day.But don't go yet - I hear a noise!"Lucius says, "I cannot stay!""Quiet! Listen more closely.Ahh-the soothsayer comes this way!""I hear it now!" Lucius cries,"What brings you here today?""I go to warn Caesar at the capital.He has not arrived there yet.He ignored me on the streets one day-That I am sure he'll regret.""I must go,"says the soothsayer,I'll be trampled to death -Senators, praetors, citizens-Did I mention their foul breath?"
|"We will be satisfied; let us be satisfied!"|
Julius Caesar Narration Ideas