the answer is b)Mark Antony is willing to kill his own nephew to gain more political power.
The interaction between Lepidus and Mark Anthony reveal Mark Anthony as a person who wanted political power at any cost, even at the expense of the life of his nephew
The text of the interaction between General Lepidus and Mark Anthony shows that Mark Anthony was willing to kill Publius, his own blood sister's son to gain political power during the time of the Second Triumvirate in the days of Caesar in the Roman empire.
Lepidus was a General in the Roman army at the time and a close ally of Caesar as well as a partner with Mark Anthony and Octavian.
B) Mark Antony is willing to kill his own nephew to gain more political power.
Explanation: In the given excerpt from "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare, we can see a conversation between Lepidus and Mark Antony, where Lepidus says that Publius shall not live (Publius is Mark Antony's nephew) and Mark Antony says that he is willing to kill him. So form this information we can see that Mark Antony is willng to kill his own nephew to gain more political power.
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