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  • Good Of Rome Honorable Man
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    In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, the main character is Caesar's friend named Brutus. Brutus is a well-respected senator in Rome and everyone knows he is Caesar's good friend. Brutus is an honorable man. This is mention quite a lot in the story for it is important in understanding the reason for Brutus' betrayal to Caesar. Brutus is approached by Cassius who pretends to be his friend so he will join him in his plot. Cassius and some other Romans were planning to assassinate Caesar. They cl...
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  • Societal Lessons In Julius Caesar
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    Many authors try to convey different lessons that we, as individuals or a society can learn from their writings. William Shakespeare, in his play Julius Caesar, has definitely accomplished this goal. With the many lessons included in this story, society can learn from the mistakes of others made previously. It could be said that the actions of society are learned by the actions of our predecessors. In this incredible play, the major messages or societal lessons include mob mentality, respect, an...
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  • Good Of Rome Tragic Flaw
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    The definition of a tragic hero a literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a fatal flaw that, combined with fate and external forces, brings on a tragedy. This definition is perpetuated most clearly by one of the major characters. This character is the noble roman Brutus. Brutus is the tragic hero because of the fact that he fulfills the requirements of a tragic hero. He is a person of noble but. He does have a tragic flaw, he does come to some understanding, and he does finally ...
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  • End Does Not Justify Persuasion And Propaganda Brutus
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    Honor ~n. ~ A showing of merited respect; a quality gained by one whose worth brings respect or fame. Honor is one of the main underlying themes in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, a tragic play that explains, through Brutus conflict with himself and with other main characters, that the end does not justify the means. Throughout the play, the themes of persuasion and propaganda prove to be challenges that Brutus will have to overcome in order to continue on in his battle for the good of Rome...
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  • People Of Rome Good Of Rome
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    In the play Julius Caesar there is a group of men who want to overthrow Caesar because they oppose his leadership and they feel that it would benefit Rome to kill him. Included in this group is a man named Brutus. Brutus is a very honorable man, but even so he still takes part in the conspirators plan. However, he only seeks to kill Caesar for the good of Rome. After the killing of Caesar takes place, Antony, Caesars close advisor, confronts the conspirators. He cordially shakes their hand, whic...
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  • Brutus Is An Honorable Man Good Of Rome
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    In Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, two characters speak at Caesar? s funeral. Caesar was just murdered by his best friend Brutus and the Conspirators. Brutus and Antony both speak at the funeral, but each had their own purpose and reason for doing so. Both speeches had their own unique way of addressing the crowd as well as differing styles. Therefore, differing effects on the crowd as a result of their differing styles and techniques. Brutus was first to speak. He and the Conspirators app...
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  • Lack Of Intelligence Good Of Rome
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    Development of Marcus Brutus Marcus Brutus, from the play Julius C sar, made many decisions. In making these decisions, he showed what kind of a person he was on a moral, intellectual, social, or practical level. Some of these decisions were good decisions and some of them were not. Through all of these decisions, though, it is shown what kind of a person Brutus was. Some of the decisions that Brutus made were not exactly the best decisions. In fact, they may be seen as mistakes. One of these mi...
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  • Good Of Rome Julius Caesar
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    How Betrayal Led to Downfall in Julius Caesar In the play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare shows how friends often betray each other. Julius Caesar is about to be crowned king of Rome, when some well-known Romans decide that it is not a good idea for this to happen. They form a conspiracy and kill Caesar. Brutus, an honorable Roman and a very good friend of Caesar s, betrays Caesar by killing him for the good of Rome. Antony, Caesar s best friend and another honorable Roman, be...
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  • Act 2 Scene 1 Act 3 Scene 2
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    Throughout many of Shakespeare? s plays, a tragic hero is identified; a heroic figure that possesses a character flaw that leads to his defeat. In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, there has been controversies over who is actually the tragic hero. Many people agree that Marcus Brutus is the tragic hero. However, others argue and identify Julius Caesar as the tragic hero. After examining these two characters, a conclusion is easily drawn. Brutus is the tragic hero of this play because when a person w...
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  • Good Of Rome Julius Caesar
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    In William Shakespeare s, Julius Caesar, he proves to the readers and the people of Rome that the many different types of persuasion will have different results. Both Brutus and Antony made a speech to the Romans, hoping to convince them that what happened was either right or wrong. Brutus used the circular reasoning technique to prove the justification of Caesar s death. On the other hand, Antony used a combination of name calling and loaded words to win the people over. Brutus and Antony both ...
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  • Good Of Rome Honorable Man
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    In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, the main character is Caesars friend named Brutus. Brutus is a well-respected senator in Rome and everyone knows he is Caesars good friend. Brutus is an honorable man. This is mention quite a lot in the story for it is important in understanding the reason for Brutus betrayal to Caesar. Brutus is approached by Cassius who pretends to be his friend so he will join him in his plot. Cassius and some other Romans were planning to assassinate Caesar. They claim...
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