How Does Brutus Use Rhetoric In Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar is a play that is primarily about persuasion. For example, Cassius manages to persuades Brutus the death of Caesar is necessary for the good of Rome. The ending of the play is basically determined by the speeches that were made to the plebeians by Brutus and Mark Antony. Throughout the play of Julius Caesar, examples of effective rhetoric are shown and the support it truly deserves by having Brutus's speech and it arguing about Mark Antony's. Shakespeare shows that Antony's speech is far more persuasive and reaching to the plebeians than Brutus’ is. Brutus's speech does not help him by winning a victory over the crowd because he is not connected to them, or understand them. His failing speech begins with, "Censure me in you

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