Julius Caesar And Brutus Similarities

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“Into what dangers would you lead me, Cassius, that you would have me seek into myself for that which is not me?” (I.II.68-69). In the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare there are many characters that can be compared and contrasted; two of those characters are Brutus and Cassius. Brutus and Cassius both have quite a few similarities as well as their differences. One of the few similarities that both these characters share is that both were involved in the assassination of Caesar; the difference between these two is their personalities. Cassius likes having everything his way while Brutus cares and loves for his country, Rome. Brutus is best described as friendly, caring, and very loving for his country, Rome. It’s not because Brutus disliked Caesar that he decided to be part of the assassination it was more because he cared and loved his country a lot more “Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more” (III.II.23-240). Brutus was afraid that the people would chose Caesar as their king and that Caesar would turn into a tyrant ruler. Brutus…show more content…
Both Brutus and Cassius had a similarity into assassinating Caesar; they both were afraid that Caesar would rise too much in power, feel very powerful being king or becoming a tyrant ruler “I do fear the people choose Caesar for their king” (I.II.84-85). They also had some differences into assassinating Caesar; Brutus was convinced by Cassius into assassinating Caesar believing it was for the “good of Rome” while Cassius did it because he was much jealous of Caesar into becoming King of Rome. Another similarity that both these characters share is how they died; both you could say committed suicide. At the end we could also see how both of these characters regretted assassinating Caesar because it didn’t bring Rome any good and what both had planned just didn’t go as they thought it
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