Pls explain these lines in simple language

Pls explain these lines in simple language ow u weetCaesar's wounds, poor poor du And id them speak for me: but were I Brutus, And Brut sAnt ny, there were anAntony Would> up your spirits and put a tongue In every wound of Caesar that should The stones of Rome to rise and mutiny.

Dear Student, The stated lines simply mean that, here Mark Antony tries to convince the audience saying that he is just trying to make the wounds of Caesar speak to the audience directly. He also adds that if Brutus and Antony would change places, the former would fire up the people to a mutiny who would use every wound on Caesar's body to force them to revolt. Hope this answer helps you. Regards

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I will show you poor Caesar's sweet wounds and ask them to speak for me (seeing them will be enough, there will be no need for me to speak anymore). But if i was Brutus, and if there ever was a Brutus Antony, then I would have made sure that each wound had its own tale and will make you listen with such fascination to the wound's tales that you all would all be instigated and will demand justice for Caesar's illogical death. I would do it such a way that every word about any single wound would make you all rise in such a mutiny against the 'noble men' that even the stones of Rome would start melting.

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Antony says- I speak plainly and directly of things you all know already.all I am doing is showing Caesar's wounds and letting them speak to you directly.but if Brutus and I were to change places ,he would have fir e you up in mutiny .he would use every wound in Caesar's body to force you to revolt
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Dear Student, The stated lines simply mean that, here Mark Antony tries to convince the audience saying that he is just trying to make the wounds of Caesar speak to the audience directly. He also adds that if Brutus and Antony would change places, the former would fire up the people to a mutiny who would use every wound on Caesar's body to force them to revolt. Hope this answer helps you. Regards

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