In William Shakespeare 's play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar two speeches one from Brutus a honorable , an a conspirator ,the second speech from antony Cesar 's best friend for the people of Rome .about Caesar 's death in act 3 scene 2. Brutus and Anthony try to sway the minds of the Roman toward their view ,Brutus tries to convince the Roman people that he had to do what 's best for Rome ,.that Caesar was murdered for A noble cause . Brutus and Marc Anthony funeral speech ,their personalities and characteristics were aposit is obvious in the speech . Caesar has just been murdered stabbed to death by his close friends , Brutus who loves him greatly the conspirators have bath their hands and arms on Caesars blood, and have the
Alongside Antony, Octavius desires to reinstate the power of the supporters of Caesar in Rome. However, as Caesar’s body has been murdered, he has been replaced in power by his opponents such as Brutus and Cassius. Since Octavius and Antony are angered by the murder of their close friend, they desire to battle Brutus and Cassius. As they have murdered Caesar, Octavius and Antony and unwilling
Antony was Caesar’s best friend and Brutus was one of the conspirators the killed Caesar. The speeches that they give determine who Rome supports, which leads to the death of one of them. Brutus and Antony use pathos, syntax, and diction to create the specific effect of justifying the murder of Caesar for Brutus and turning the crowd against the conspirators for Antony. Brutus and Antony
In William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar, Marc Antony appears to be a strong advocate for Julius Caesar’s triumphs and increasing power. However, like Caesar, Antony is extremely manipulative and powerful. After Caesar’s death, Antony manipulated the conspirators into believing he was on their side before requesting to speak at Caesar’s funeral. While Brutus and the conspirators remained fooled by Antony’s innocence, Antony took the initiative to inform the Roman citizens of the conspirator’s horrendous actions towards their beloved leader, Julius Caesar. Caesar’s funeral was a time of reflection for the citizens of Rome, as Marc Antony caused them to question their allegiance to Brutus.
Mark Antony seems to take the whole situation okay until he is left alone, where he reveals he will avenge Caesar. Mark Antony is giving the opportunity to speak at Caesar funeral. In his speech he uses certain persuasion technique such as ethos, pathos, and logos. Firstly, ethos is the distinguishing character, sentiment, moral nature, or
Analysis Of Julius Caesar Funeral Death Speeches Julius Caesar was like a god to his people because he was the leader in Rome, and he influenced numerous individuals. People were shocked when Caesar was murdered by Bursitis because they lost their hero. During Caesar’s funeral, as described in Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar , there are two speeches given by Brutus and Anthony. Some of the rhetorical terms that are used in the death speeches are antithesis, metaphor, chiasmus, and alliteration which will be explained in the body of this essay. The first rhetorical term that I will discuss is antitheses.
The conspirators took matters into their own hands by killing Caesar so his powers decreased. The conspiracy contained many important individuals including Marcus Brutus and Cassius Longinus. Cassius got Brutus’s assistance by persuading him to join. At the end of William Shakespeare 's play “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” Caesar was killed by the conspirators at the Senate and later on some of the conspirators died. Although Caesar’s death is very controversial, this event was going to be necessary for the future.
In Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, everyone was celebrating the return of Julius Caesar and their holiday, Lupercal, making Caesar the new ruler of Rome. There were conspirators against Caesar that did not want him to be the new ruler, so they made a plan and assassinated him. The conspirator that started this was Cassius. Cassius instigated Marcus Brutus, one of Caesar’s closest friends as well as the main conspirator, that was the tragic hero in the play. At the end, there was a war that caused two tragic deaths, Cassius and Brutus.
According to the play, once Brutus and the conspirators kill Caesar, Antony is noticed, and he comes one last time to see his role-model and friend. Brutus then tells him that he can speak at the big funeral that is going to convene outside. But once the conspirators come out of the senate with the blood on their hands, everyone goes crazy. Suddenly, Brutus finds a way to silence everyone, and then he delivers a great speech about why what he did wasn’t bad. Then, Antony comes and gets everyone riled up and mad at Brutus.
Mikayla Horner Pd. 5 12/10/16 Julius Caesar Writing Assignment Julius Caesar a play written by William Shakespeare between the marvelous characters and the vicious fights. There is 2 important speeches made in the book, they are said by the characters Antony and Brutus. Brutus made a speech to the citizens telling them he did kill caesar, but he did it for the greater good for Rome. Antony also made a speech explaining that Caesar was a good man killed in cold blood.
“Et tu, Brute?” Caesar uttered his last words as he witnesses Brutus stab him, “Then fall Caesar!” Brutus was that of the most trusted of Caesar. He was persuaded into political extremism which pushed him to conspire with envious senators and ultimately, participate in the brutal assassination of Caesar, who was ruthlessly stabbed 33 times, so he could become active ruler in Rome in the works of William Shakespeare derived from the play Julius Caesar. With what is being claimed, Brutus couldn’t possibly have been a honest man but a traitor. Brutus was coerced into believing Caesar was the enemy and Cassius played on his underlying beliefs. Brutus was already having problems within and seemed to be brooding.
Cassius writes Brutus a bunch of letters, making it seem like different people want him to be a leader instead of Caesar. When Brutus and the conspirators killed Caesar, Brutus was the last one to stab Caesar. After Caesar was killed the conspirators put his blood all over them. Antony pretended to be on Brutus 's side and agreed with Brutus and the other men for why they had to kill Caesar because he was afraid that they would also kill him too. After Brutus talked to the people of Rome and explained why they killed Caesar, they agreed that it was the right thing to do.
But Caesar loved the Romans according to what Antony spoke about Caesar 's death, “when that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept” (3.2.89). Also, death was nothing to Caesar and he was brave. When Portia had nightmares about Caesar, she begged him not to go out. Caesar said, “How can we avoid what the gods want to happen?” (2.2.27-28) and “a necessary end, will come whenever will come” (2.2.36-37). Brutus stabbed Caesar and kill him even though he loved him.