Brutus Caesar Hero Quotes

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Do you think brutus is a tragic hero? Well he is since he has a strong relationship with Caesar, his relationship with the citizens of rome is greater. For example,” This was the noblest roman of them all the conspirators, except him did that they did out of jealousy of Caesar; Only he, in general -honest thought and common good to all, made one of them His life was gentle, and the elements so mix'd in him that Nature might stand up and say to all the world,” This was a man!” This quote from act 5 shows how he was considered a tragic hero by anthony which was Caesar’s son. A tragic hero is someone who is not innocent but also a brave and noble person. Brutus’s honor, nobleness, and self-rightness makes him a tragic hero. Caesar fits the requirements to be a tragic hero but he has a tragic flaw which is that he gets to arrogant at times in the play. That can hurt him when it comes to classifying him as a tragic hero. For example when he returned to rome to celebrate the honor of his of Pompey. They used to be friends. He is not a tragic hero, he is more of like a bad hero. “It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience.” Caesar said this meaning that he would rather take soldiers that are willing to die for him the ones that …show more content…

Brutus also has a position in the government of Rome. He also had many tragic flaws like one which is trusting others. He trusted the conspirators and even Mark Antony. Another one is that Brutus is very idealistic meaning if would have known the consequences of murdering Caesar would be, then Antony would not have had to talk to at the funeral. For example,“ Now let it work., Trouble you have begun - take whatever course you choose!” This would not have had to happen if Brutus would have known the consequences about Caesar. If he did then Antony would not have said those things at the

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