Friendly Folio - Julius Csar

Julius Csar is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare...

Parts / Sides in 'Julius Csar':

250+ Lines:
Antony
Brutus
Cassius
Less Than 250 Lines:
Antony Servant
Artemidorus
Csar
Csar Servant
Calphurnia
Carpenter
Caska
Cato
Cicero
Cinna
Cinna the Poet
Claudio
Clitus
Cobbler
Dardanius
Decius
First Plebeian
First Soldier
Flavius
Fourth Plebeian
Lepidus
Ligarius
Lucillius
Lucius
Messala
Messenger
Metellus
Murellus
Octavius
Octavius Servant
Pindarus
Poet
Popillius
Portia
Publius
Second Plebeian
Second Soldier
Soothsayer
Strato
Third Plebeian
Third Soldier
Titinius
Trebonius
Varrus
Volumnius

Speeches:

Code Character Lines First Line  
M-440 Antony35 Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears:
(NULL)
M-441 Antony21 Good Friends, sweet Friends, let me not stirre you up
(NULL)
M-442 Antony29 If you have teares, prepare to shed them now.
(NULL)
M-443 Antony16 O mighty Csar! Dost thou lye so lowe?
(NULL)
M-444 Antony22 O pardon me, thou bleeding peece of Earth:
(NULL)
M-445 Brutus34 (prose) Be patient till the last.
(Romans, Countrey-men, and Lovers, heare mee)
M-446 Brutus25 It must be by his death: and for my part
(NULL)
M-447 Cassius42 I know that vertue to be in you Brutus,
(NULL)
M-448 Cassius27 Why man, he doth bestride the narrow world
(NULL)
M-449 Csar30 I must prevent thee Cymber:
(I could well be mov'd, if I were as you,)
M-450 Csar21 Let me have men about me, that are fat,
(NULL)
W-440 Portia62 Brutus, my Lord.
(Nor for yours neither. Y'have ungently Brutus/Is Brutus sicke? And is it Physicall;/I graunt I am a Woman;)
W-441 Portia21 I should not neede, if you were gentle Brutus.
(I graunt I am a Woman;)
W-442 Portia27 Is Brutus sicke? And is it Physicall
(NULL)
W-443 Portia39 Is Brutus sicke? And is it Physicall (Extended)
(I graunt I am a Woman;)
W-444 Portia20 Nor for yours neither. Y'have ungently Brutus
(NULL)