When Brutus delivers a soliloquy in his orchard at the beginning of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Act II, he is
changing his mind about the conspiracy.
preparing his argument to persuade ...
... Cassius to kill Antony.
justifying his decision to attack Caesar.
interpreting Portia’s frightening dreams.
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