Brutus Is Julius Caesar Noble

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In Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, Brutus, is noble. Even though at times Brutus makes poor decisions in the moment, he still tries his best to consider the good of Rome and the people living there when making all of them. Brutus has honesty, decency, a good sense of morality of what is right and wrong therefore he is righteous. He believes that honor is the most important characteristic a man can have. In act one, scene two not only does Brutus tell Cassius that he is at war with himself it also says “If it be aught toward the general good, Set honor in one eye and death I the other And I will look on both indifferently.
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