Act V, Scene IV Notes from Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar Act V, Scene IV

Brutus' group goes back to the battle, and Brutus leaves with a rallying cry. Cato and Lucillius run into the battle, Lucillius attempting to shield Brutus from death by claiming he is Brutus. In the ensuing fight, Cato is killed, and Lucillius is taken by soldiers who think he is Brutus and do not kill him. Antony enters, hearing cries that Brutus is taken, and corrects the soldier's mistake, but commands that Lucillius be taken alive because he is potentially valuable as an ally.

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