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  • Title: Julius Caesar (Modern)
  • Editor: John D. Cox
  • General textual editor: Eric Rasmussen
  • Coordinating editor: Michael Best
  • ISBN: 978-1-55058-366-3

    Copyright John D. Cox. This text may be freely used for educational, non-profit purposes; for all other uses contact the Editor.
    Author: William Shakespeare
    Editor: John D. Cox
    Peer Reviewed

    Julius Caesar (Modern)

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    [5.2]
    Alarum. Enter Brutus and Messala.
    Brutus Ride, ride, Messala! Ride, and give these bills
    Unto the legions, on the other side.
    Loud alarum.
    Let them set on at once, for I perceive
    2475But cold demeanor in Octavio's wing,
    And sudden push gives them the overthrow.
    Ride, ride, Messala! Let them all come down.
    Exeunt.