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There is a tide in the affairs of man

Which, taken at the flood, lead on to fortune;

Omitted, all the voyage of their life

Is bound in shadows, and miseries.

This is a statement made by

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A) Antonu, urging Caesar to take the crown

B) Cassius, urging Brutus to join the struggle to remove Caesar before he grows into tyrant

C) Brutus, urging that Cassius and himself lead out their forces to meet those of Antony and Octavius at Philippi

D) Casca, urging that the conspirators explain their cause to the populace before their motives are misunderstood

E) Messala, urging Titinius to search for Pindarus.

The correct answer is C.


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