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What is the purpose of Cassius' soliloquy at the end of scene II once Brutus has exited the stage?
Cassius is vocalizing his most inner thoughts for the audience to hear so they know what is about to happen.
Cassius is attempting sound as though he is speaking to himself in hopes that Brutus will overhear his plan.
Cassius is creating a portentous mood for the audience through his description of his upcoming plan to eliminate Caesar from power.
Choices A & B
Choices A & C