He trusted the other conspirators because he didnt ‘love Caesar less, but loved rome more’. Brutus is also of noble birth. Cassius says ,’ Brutus and Caesar, what is so special about the name of Caesar, yours sounds as good’. The Shakespearean hero is
A great man, well respected by his peers, with friends in positions of power. Despite having killed Caesar, he had a valid excuse which he had the people believe. Having thought that killing Caesar was the only way to save Rome from tyranny, even though it was obviously not. When Markus Antony said, "This was the noblest Roman of them all. And say to all the world, 'This was a man!’” He gave an apt description of Brutus, wanting to do what is best for Rome, and yet failing to do so, and suffering both internally and externally from his choices; a true tragic
Leaders derive their power from a range of sources – military force, wealth, rank. However, leaders that we most admire win followers through the skill of persuasion. The ability of a speaker to persuade his listeners to agree with him signals that he is a powerful and astute figure. In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, the character of Cassius attempts to convince Brutus that Caesar should be assassinated. Brutus, however, cares deeply for Caesar and is hesitant to kill the beloved hero of Rome.
Tragic Of Brutus A person can become a tragic hero in many ways. In the story, “Julius Caesar”, Brutus was a very honorable man and very noble but as the story begin to rise and become a plot , he started to change his ways. Cassius contrasted with him which man him develop into a tragic hero. Cassius contrast with Brutus more than all of the other character. Brutus was very noble, honorable and brave which contrasted with Cassius wanting to be powerful and his jealously.
Believe me, I’m honorable, and respect me, so that you will believe. Judge me, using all your senses, so that you may have a better judgement. If anyone here, are friends with Caesar, I too, have much love for Caesar, if not more than you. If you, the friend of Caesar, then ask why did I kill him, my answer is; I didn’t love Caesar less, but more love for
He uses ethos to show the credibility of the speeches, logos to show facts given, and pathos to show the emotion shown throughout the eulogies. In this scene Caesar has been murdered by the conspirators including Brutus. Brutus is one of Caesar's good friends who is driven by honor; who thought Caesar’s ambition was going to be the end of Rome. Antony is a very loyal friend of Caesar’s who does not agree with the conspirators. Brutus and Antony are both smart well thought out characters.
“Is this the work of an ambitious man? When the poor cried, Caesar cried too. Ambition shouldn’t be so soft. Yet Brutus says he was ambitious, and Brutus is an honorable man.” This quote says Mark Antony trying to say the way Caesar acted before he died showed that he wasn't too ambitious after all. This quote means Mark Antony dislikes Caesar.
At the same time they were very different, One was inverted and the other is extroverted, Their motivations differ as in power or respect. Brutus is an honorable man who respects the people of Rome and will do whatever it takes to keep the peace. When he realizes his best friend is becoming too powerful he decides to take matters into his own hands. Caesar’s Ambition had him killed by one of the most respectable
Brutus’s character was easy to understand. Brutus is not a virtuous character, even though he has strict moral standards. He killed Julius Caesar, where at one point they were great friends. This proves that he is unloyal to his friends. All the major characters in the play were hungry for power, even Brutus had to capitulate at the opportunity.