Brutus 'Julius Caesar': The Noblest Roman Of Them All

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At the end of the play Brutus is referred to as the noblest Roman of them all. I do not agree with this statement. Yes, Brutus’s intentions were for the greater good of Rome, because Brutus felt if Caesar was crowned he was going to take over Rome and do some serious damage to Rome as they all knew it. However, I believe if Brutus was so noble he would not have killed Caesar who was actually his life long friend. I believe in order for a person to be considered noble they should also show to be loyal as well. The issue here is not a measure of nobleness it is a measure of loyalty and weakness. Brutus himself wanted to be like Caesar. Brutus wanted to have Caesar’s power and influence over the people of Rome. What Brutus did not know is
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