Brutus Is Julius Caesar A Good Man

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What makes a good man? Some may view a great man as one who has a good attitude towards things. Others may find a great man to be one who is hardworking. Yet other people point to someone who is friendly to all people and will always be there for you. There are many things to describe a great man, in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, it is evident that Brutus is the better man because of him being very patriotic about Rome and loving Rome more than some people, also him being brave and telling men to cover their hands in Caesar’s blood, and he is loyal to the people around him. Brutus in the story Julius Caesar, shows that he is the better man by him being patriotic about his home place in Rome. In page 952 line 21-22, it says “not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more.” -Brutus. This shows that Brutus loved his country sometimes more than…show more content…
Brutus says in page 946 line 105-109, “stoop, Romans, stoop, and let us bathe our hands in Caesar 's blood up to the elbows, and besmear our swords. The walk we forth, even to the marketplace, and waving our red weapons over our heads”. This shows Brutus being brave because he is telling people that it 's over. That they should take the blood that all of them murdered and rub it on themselves and on the weapons they used to kill him with and show everyone what they have done. Another reason that can show you that Brutus is a better man is on page 945 line 77, “Et tu, Brute? Fall, Caesar” -Caesar. Caesar says his last words to Brutus saying this meaning you too Brutus because Brutus was the last one to stab Caesar and Caesar thought you too because he was a close friend and Caesar never thought that Brutus would ever turn on him and help kill him. What this is getting at is Brutus’ 23rd stab is the one that really killed Caesar because once he knew his closest friend stabbed him he couldn 't take it
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