Act III, Scene III Notes from Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar Act III, Scene III

The poet Cinna is accosted by the crowd that was incited by Antony's speech. Simply because he shares his name with Cinna the conspirator, he is chased by the angry crowd in fear for his life.

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