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    beneficial, it can be a very dangerous possession. "You shall not stir out of your house today." Calphurnia makes the decision to persuade Caesar to stay home, and not go to the Senate meeting. When one has power, there are those who want it, like Brutus and the other conspirators. Calphurnia makes the right decision, yet Caesar makes the wrong one by deciding ... ... middle of paper ... ...imminent. In the course of man's life he will have to make many decisions, and some will decide his future

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    Marriage Relationships in Julius Caesar

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    Relationships in Julius Caesar The relationship between Brutus and Portia is of a loving one. Portia speaks to Brutus gently calling him, 'my dear lord' and `gentle' this actually shows that Portia respects and honors Brutus. Brutus also replies her gently and expresses his love for her in the lines `render me worthy of this noble wife' and `as dear to me as are the ruddy drops/that visits my sad heart'. In these lines, Brutus says that Portia is as dear to him as the blood in his heart

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    A Comparison of Speeches by Brutus and Antony in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar This historic play which was written by William Shakespeare in the 16 century as a play is in fact based on older history dating back to time before Christ. When the roman empire was the most powerful in the world and a man named Julius Caesar was the roman statesman and general who ruled it. William Shakespeare however changes the historic accounts to some point in order for the Elizabethan audience

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    Julius Caesar

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    very proud of him and they all love him. But Brutus, his friend, and Casius are jealous of him and they lead a team of men to conspire and kill the rule of Rome, Julius Caesar. They think that Caesar is too ambition. So along with cd-conspirators they kill him. Immediately after the death of Caesar , Brutus tells Marc Antony that he, too, loved Caesar but this personal tie is not so important as public consideration. On Caesar’s funeral Brutus does a good oration where he explains that they

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    The Difference Between Brutus and Cassius in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar In Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar', Brutus and Cassius are contrasting characters. They differ in the way they perceive Antony as a threat to the assassination plot, their dominance in personality, and their moral obligation. In Julius Caesar, Brutus is the more naïve, dominant and noble character, while Cassius is the more perceptive, submissive, and manipulative person. Brutus and Cassius are very different

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    solemnnity. Brutus' speech put a note of finality on the controversy of Caesar's murder, allowing his audience to let go and not pursue the conspirators against Julius Caesar. After Brutus' speech at Caesar's classic funeral, Marc Antony makes a vigorous speech. Where Brutus used no passion, Mark Antony exploited it at every possibility. The crowd's feelings are changed greatly because of Antony's moving speech. Antony employs diction and repetition tactfully to implore the audience to Brutus' dark agenda

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    In one of the most renowned plays of all time written by landmark play write William Shakespeare the two ground breaking speeches of Julius Caesar serve as a critical element to the ending. Both of these speeches given by Brutus and Mark Antony up hold perhaps the most controversial part of the play and have stayed controversial over centuries; Was Julius Caesars killing justified? The speeches though wildly different have great significance in the plays ending due to the audiences differing reactions

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    Das Brütus: A Tragic Hero

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    Das Brütus: A Tragic Hero In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, Brutus is the quintessence of a tragic hero. Webster’s Dictionary defines tragic hero as “Any person, especially a man, admired for courage, nobility etc. … in a serious play with an unhappy ending” (277-626). This verbatim definition, however, is useless in an analytical essay. The idea of a tragic hero comes from Aristotle, who thought a tragic hero involved a character of high standing suffering a downfall

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    julius caesar essay

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    leadership and answers. Two individuals, Marcus Brutus and Mark Antony, speak at Caesar’s funeral and each use the art of persuasion to influence the plebeians. While some may argue that Brutus’ speech was more effective, Antony’s speech was clearly superior because of his prevalent use of logos, ethos, and pathos. Antony’s appeal to logic and reason was exceptional compared to Brutus’ because he supported his argument. At Caesar’s funeral, Brutus attempts to argue that while he has “ … tears for

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    Showing Courage

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    timeline to when Marcus Junius Brutus lived you see an event that involves murder. Brutus decided that the fate of the empire he lives in should not be left in, what he thought to be, the “dreadful” hands of King Julius Caesar. Although, Caesar wasn’t always a bad person in Brutus’ eyes, Caesar, at one point, was like a father to him. But their relationship drifted far apart and things changed between Brutus and Caesar. Brutus had to work up some courage and kill Caesar. Brutus’ actions were not accepted

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