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In Act I of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Cassius tells Brutus that the name Brutus is “as fair a name” as that of Caesar. Why does Cassius tell Brutus this information? A. to flatter him B. to cheer him C. to trick him D. to anger him

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Based on "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" Act I, when Cassius told Brutus that the name Brutus is a fair name than that of Caesar, Cassius tells this information to Brutus in order to flatter him. The answer for this would be option A. Hope this helps.

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