Cassius Use Of Persuasion In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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In the play, Julius Caesar, Shakespeare used Cassius as the ring leader to kill Caesar. The conspirators use persuasion in many different ways throughout the play. One of the many ways Cassius used persuasion is that he had to convince the others that killing Caesar is the right thing to do for Rome and its people. Shakespeare wanted to bring political drama in focus with the plot of Julius Caesar as well and, uses Cassius’ character for it. Cassius plays mind games on the others when trying to convince them. His reasonings were based on both logic and emotions.
When people throughout history think of a leader, they think of their leaders as strong, noble, and decisive. In this case Caesar is not that in Cassius’ eyes. In fact, he is a weak
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