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In scene 1 Brutus said that he will never commit suicide, and will never be a prisoner dragged through the streets of Rome.

In scene 5 Strato helped Brutus to commit suicide. He held his sword and Brutus run on it.

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He will never commit suicide, and will never be a prisoner dragged through the streets of Rome.

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