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    She might lie by an emperor’s side and 2 command hi... ... middle of paper ... ...eople were there to watch the thing go down and if Brutus did it there must be a reason behind it. Moreover, the battle between Marc Antony’s side versus Marcus Brutus’ side was a bloody one. Marc Antony wanted revenge for Caesar and Brutus wanted the Roman Empire. Many of the followers died for there side but this led to only one turnout, Cassius and Brutus both committed suicide. The other opportunity

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    The Rebellion in Act 3 Scene 1 of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar The speeches take place at Julius Caesar's funeral, Brutus is one of the leaders of group of conspirators, who assassinated Julius Caesar in the senate. This would be like John Prescot stabbing Tony Blair during Prime Ministers question time. Antony who was one of Caesar's heir apparent and so was deeply upset by the murder. The conspirators allowed Antony to speak at the funeral as long as he did not criticise what they

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    Mistakes and Murder

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    William Shakespeare presents us with a prominent example of a tragic hero in his play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. Because they experience misfortune and loss, tragic heroes fall from a high status to a low, pitiful existence. This fall is brought about through mistakes and flaws in their own character. Brutus is one of the tragic heroes appearing in this work of literature. He begins as a popular senator in Rome’s democracy who plots to overthrow is superior. Because of the murder of Caesar

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    It is said that idealism does not protect one from ignorance, dogmatism, and foolishness. In Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar", this is exemplified by the character Marcus Brutus. Known as the most complex character in the play, Brutus kills Caesar, whom he loves, for the sake Rome, which he loves more. Though in the end, he is labelled by Mark Antony as "the noblest Roman of them all", Brutus is blinded by his idealistic point of view, and this point of view has a negative impact on himself and others

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    Nevertheless, being a betrayer and a patriot are two totally different titles, so why are two different titles being put on the same person? Many people have gone back and forth arguing whether Brutus was a betrayer or a patriot in his decision of murdering Caesar. Some other people believe that Brutus murdering Caesar were actions of a true patriot. They thought his actions made him a savior of Rome. On the other hand there are people, like me, that believe Brutus' actions turned him into a betrayer

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    In the Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Calphurnia, Caesar's wife, tells Caesar that he should not go out today because it’s the Ides of March, but that she also had a dream. A dream that she saw a statue of Caesar that had blood running down it while the Romans were washing their hands in the blood of Caesar with smiles on their faces. Eventually, Caesar does get murdered and there's a funeral held for him, which Brutus and Marc Antony talk at. They Roman's follow both men, but cannot

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    Pathos In Julius Caesar

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    Shakespeare uses literary devices to appeal to the audience and persuade them. In Brutus’s speech, he used pathos to appeal to the emotions. When he stated that he did not love ‘Caesar less, but that he loved Rome more, he gave a dramatic sense of patriotic pride. He is so loyal to his own country, he would sacrifice loved ones in order to protect it. It also gave an effect of pity towards him because he sacrificed his friend anyways for the better good. Shakespeare make him appear more sincere.

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    Pathos is arguably the most effective rhetorical appeal for drawing on emotional reaction from the audience. From emotionally feeling a song to being motivated by a speech, pathos makes its appearance in the best of written literature. A vast advantage is given to the speaker who can take in to account a particular audience's feelings. In Mark Antony's eulogy for Caesar and Atticus Finch's defense statement for Tom Robinson, pathos is effectively used in order to influence the audience's mindset

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    At Caesar’s funeral, Brutus lets Antony’s to speak to the public under two circumstances. Antony was allowed to give a speech only after Brutus’ speech was done and if he promises to not say anything against to the conspirators. Even though Antony promised to not say anything against to the conspirators, he was already planning to take advantage of giving the last words. Antony’s speech is considered as one of the best lines in Shakespeare’s work since it is dramatic significant. At first, it was

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    There are many parts to a speech that make it powerful. The three main categories that can decide how good a speech is are logos, ethos, and pathos. Logos is a person's logic and reasoning behind their argument, ethos is the trust between the speaker and the crowd, and pathos is the emotion in a speech. All of these are important to helping a speech be as strong as possible and without them, a speech with a lot of potential can seem dull and unimportant. When comparing and contrasting speeches

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