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Read the passage from shakespeare’s play julius caesar. cassius: come antony, and young octavius, come, revenge yourselves on cassius. for cassius is aweary of the world: hated by one he loves…. …oh, i could weep my spirit from mine eyes! … brutus: be angry what you will; it shall have scope. do what you will. dishonor shall be humor. brutus is what type of character in this dialogue? a. round character b. minor character c. foil d. protagonist

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