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The Tragedy of Caesar's Revenge

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Author: Anonymous
Published: 1606
Language: English
Wordcount: 22,955 / 81 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 75.7
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 655
Added to site: 2010.01.05 26193
Genre: Drama

Bonus Genius. Calphurnia. Augur. Pręcentor. Senators. Bucolian. Octauian. Cęsars Ghost. Cicero. Cato Iun. Camber.

The Tragedie of Cęsar and Pompey.

{SN Chor. I}

Sound alarum then flames of fire.

Enter Discord.

Hearke how the Romaine drums sound bloud & death, And Mars high mounted on his Thracian Steede: Runs madding through Pharsalias purple fieldes. The earth that's wont to be a Tombe for Men It's now entomb'd with Carkases of Men. The Heauen appal'd to see such hideous sights, For feare puts out her euer burning lights. The Gods amaz'd (as once in Titans war,) 10 Do doubt and feare, which boades this deadly iar The starrs do tremble, and forsake their course, The Beare doth hide her in forbidden Sea, Feare makes Bootes swiften her slowe pace, Pale is Orion



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