Brutus In The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

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Sinful Smiles Smiles hide a thousand thoughts engulfed in hatred. In Shakespeare’s play, The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar, Brutus , a senator and friend of Julius Caesar, represents actions and thoughts of those who are noble but conflicted and devious. These characteristics combined make a person menacing. Although Shakespeare develops several characters in the play, Brutus is most interesting because his thoughts, words and, interactions with others reveal the universal truth that those people who are most trusted are those who can easily hurt a person who trusts them the most. Shakespeare acknowledges Brutus’ character as a noble man. When Caesar is offered a crown by Antony, Brutus becomes conflicted in such a way that he isolates himself

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