A great man, well respected by his peers, with friends in positions of power. Despite having killed Caesar, he had a valid excuse which he had the people believe. Having thought that killing Caesar was the only way to save Rome from tyranny, even though it was obviously not. When Markus Antony said, "This was the noblest Roman of them all. And say to all the world, 'This was a man!’” He gave an apt description of Brutus, wanting to do what is best for Rome, and yet failing to do so, and suffering both internally and externally from his choices; a true tragic
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar William Shakespeare “Honorable men…” Marc Antony. After Caesar’s murder, the conspirators gather with Marc Antony, Caesar’s right hand man and best friend, to discuss what they want to do to justify their killing of Julius Caesar. They decide to let their leader, the first to stab Caesar in the back, Brutus speech at the funeral and gain the appeal of the people of Rome so they won’t be killed just like Julius Caesar. They also allow Marc Antony to speak at the funeral because the conspirators believe that Marc Antony is on their side. What they don’t know is that Marc Antony is seeking revenge for his friend’s murder and intends to rile up the people of Rome against Brutus and his gang.
He also always spoke with honesty, and was a truthful person. The last reason is because he loved Rome, and all of his decisions were based on his love for Rome. Brutus was truly a noble man, and although he made some wrong decisions, he tried his hardest to do what was best for the city that he loved more than himself. Throughout the book, Brutus tried to remain
Tragic Of Brutus A person can become a tragic hero in many ways. In the story, “Julius Caesar”, Brutus was a very honorable man and very noble but as the story begin to rise and become a plot , he started to change his ways. Cassius contrasted with him which man him develop into a tragic hero. Cassius contrast with Brutus more than all of the other character. Brutus was very noble, honorable and brave which contrasted with Cassius wanting to be powerful and his jealously.
Not only Strato, exemplifies his respect for Brutus, but Antony does as well. As Antony stands over Brutus’ dead body he asserts “This was the noblest Roman of them all.” (V, v, 68). This declaration made by Antony is the most important statement made by any character simply because Antony is Brutus’ enemy at this time of the play and to be praised by an opposition must indicate Brutus was a highly respected man by all of
At the same time they were very different, One was inverted and the other is extroverted, Their motivations differ as in power or respect. Brutus is an honorable man who respects the people of Rome and will do whatever it takes to keep the peace. When he realizes his best friend is becoming too powerful he decides to take matters into his own hands. Caesar’s Ambition had him killed by one of the most respectable
Brutus' decision to stab Caesar in the back wasn't an easy one. He has to choose between his loyalty to the Roman Republic and his loyalty to his friend. Seems like he could be heading toward tyrant status. Brutus says he killed Caesar because he loved Rome more than he loved Caesar. Based on examples in The Tragedy of Julius
After the assassination of Julius Caesar in, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, two men come before the people of Rome with much to say. Those two men are Brutus and Mark Antony. Even though a these men 's speeches have come after the same terribly tragedy they both have very different things to say. Rome was being torn between two sides of a dispute, to forgive the murder of Julius or destroy him. Brutus was a man who honestly believed that by killing Julius Caesar he was doing right by the people of Rome.
He trusted the other conspirators because he didnt ‘love Caesar less, but loved rome more’. Brutus is also of noble birth. Cassius says ,’ Brutus and Caesar, what is so special about the name of Caesar, yours sounds as good’. The Shakespearean hero is
Speeches: Brutus vs Antony Paraphrasing Brutus Speech: Main Ideas: Brutus talks about how the killing of Caesar is justified, because he wasn’t good for the romans. He also tells them why he had to kill Caesar, and why it was good for Rome to be rid of Caesar forevermore. Paraphrasing: Be patient till I speak my last word. Romans, listen to my cause, And be quiet, so you can hear. Believe me, I’m honorable, and respect me, so that you will believe.