What does the remark "what touches us ourself shall be last serv'd" tell you about Caesar?
At the beginning of act three, scene one, Julius Caesar approaches the Capital and meets Artemidoras and the Soothsayer in the street. Both Artemidoras and the Soothsayer are waiting for Caesar and attempt to warn him about his impending fate and the Senators’s bloody intentions.
When Caesar spots the Soothsayer, he taunts him by commenting that the Ides of March have come and he has not been harmed. The...
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