2.2 "I shall remember. When Caesar says,
"do this," it is performed." (I.ii.12-13.)
2.3 "Be you content. Good Cinna,
take this paper, and look you lay
it in the praetor's chair where
Brutus may but find it. And throw
this in at his window. Set this up
with wax upon old Brutus' statue."
3.1 "I cannot tell what you and other men
think of this life, but, for my single
self, I had as lief not be as live to be
in awe of such a thing as I myself. I
was born free as Caesar. So were
you. We both have fed as well, and
we can both endure the winter's cold
as well as he" (I.ii.95-101).
3.2 "Oh, he sits high in all the
people's hearts, and that which
would appear offense in us,
his countenance, like richest
alchemy, will change to virtue
and to worthiness" (I.iii.159-162).
3.3 "Truly, sir, all that I live
by is with the awl. I
meddle with no
tradesman's matters nor
women's matters, but
withal I am indeed, sir, a
surgeon to old shoes.
When they are in great
danger, I recover them.
As proper men as ever
trod upon neat's leather
have gone upon my