Effective Use Of Rhetoric In Shakespeare's Play Julius Caesar

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Many inspirational figures, speeches have started movements and even won some debates. Speeches are the best ways of commutation to an audience. Rhetoric is a way of persuading people to do want you say or do. There are different forms of Rhetoric; ethos, pathos, and additionally logos. In the play Julius Caesars by Shakespeare after Caesar’s death, Antony and Brutus must persuade the society to believe them after Caesar’s assassination. Brutus speaks first to convince the people, then Antony use Rhetoric to convince the citizens to listen and follow him. Rhetoric is a powerful tool in changing a society. Firstly, Pathos is a type of technique in rhetoric. Pathos means persuading by appealing to the reader or the audience emotions. In the
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