Who made the speech at Julius Caesar's funeral, and in what act and scene?
In act III, scenes 2 and 3 of "Julius Caesar," two of Caesars "friends" speak at his funeral, Brutus and Antony. First, Brutus speaks in order to answer the crowd's questions about Caesar's assassination. He wins over the people by stating that Casar was his beloved friend, but he had become too ambitious and had to be killed for the good of Rome. He then turns the speaker's seat over to Antony and leaves.
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