Did Julius Caesar really say, â€œEt tu, Bute?â€ when he was stabbed in the back by Brutus on the Ides of March? [This will be the noblest roaminâ€™ of them all, July 3, Langley Advance]. Referring to his trusted conspirator as â€œBeautyâ€ puts a new spin on Shakespeareâ€™s play, and explains why Mrs. Caesar suspected there was something going on between the two.
â€œI told him, â€˜July, donâ€™t go!â€™â€ suddenly makes sense.
Pim Schon, Langley