Act IV, Scene II Notes from Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar Act IV, Scene II

Brutus, who is camped with his army outside of Sardis, greets Cassius, who has just arrived with his army. There is apparently a rift between the two old friends, and the greeting does not go well. Pindarus and Titinius, Cassius' servant and officer, respectively, come to Brutus first and warn him that Cassius seems less friendly than before. Brutus stands warned as Cassius approaches, and invites Cassius to his tent to air his grievances.

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