The Life and Death of Julius Caesar

Local reader's version correcting the issues in the MIT version listed below
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The first part of line 1.1.63 has been treated as a character name. At 3.1.63 the speech beginning "I could well be moved" is attributed to Cassius instead of Caesar. Editions differ on who should speak the two lines at 5.4.7 "And I am Brutus … know me for Brutus". If the First Folio is to be believed they should be spoken by Cato. I prefer the reading given here: "Lucilius is engaging in a well known trick, pretending to be Brutus to attract the attention of enemy forces, and thus allowing Brutus to escape".