Analysis Of Marcus Brutus: A True Tragic Hero

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“A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength but by the strength of his heart.” –Unknown. With a tragic flaw and the realization of a mistake that is too far gone to fix Marcus Brutus show the amount of strength he has through his heart. Brutus is clearly the tragic hero. Brutus finds himself with a tragic flaw. After Cassius asks Brutus to join the conspirator and help kill Caesar Brutus says he will think about it. That night Brutus is alone in his study thinking it over. He asks himself weather or not Caesar should be killed he asks himself “How that might change his nature… I grant we put a sting in him that at his will he may do danger with.” (Act2 Lines 14, 17-18) This is showing that Brutus is having a conflict with himself
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