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Who is the speaker of the following quote AND what does it mean? "Speak hands for me!" (3.1.83)
Decius; he is attempting to applaud the appeal of Publius in hopes to receive support from the others.
Casca; he is commanding his hands to kill Caesar, thus displaying his feelings without vocalizing them.
Cassius; he is demanding that someone make the first move on Caesar to initiate the assassination.
Brutus; he is using his hands in a form of prayer, asking that he be forgiven for the actions he is about to take.
Metellus; he is using his hands to express himself in a more theatrical way as he appeals his brother's banishment.