Cassius in the Play of Julius Caesar?


In the play Julius Caesar, Cassius is brother-in-law to Brutus, and one of the opposing party. Pindarus is servant to Cassius. Cassius kills himself, expecting defeat.
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Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Marcus Brutus is Caesar's close friend and a Roman praetor. Brutus allows himself to be cajoled into joining a group of conspiring senators.... More »
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