(3.1.77). Caesar felt betrayed by Brutus, and couldn’t believe Brutus would betray him, especially where the end result is murder. This scene is a huge factor that leads to the destruction of Brutus. Caesar’s friend, Antony, spoke to the public following Brutus’ speech about how he only murdered Caesar for the god of Rome. Antony’s speech persuaded the public to turn on the conspirators, namely Cassius and Brutus, who in turn flee from
He has to choose between his loyalty to the Roman Republic and his loyalty to his friend. Seems like he could be heading toward tyrant status. Brutus says he killed Caesar because he loved Rome more than he loved Caesar. Based on examples in The Tragedy of Julius
Samantha Durand 27 October 2015 Dunipace 4th Julius Caesar Essay Brutus is the Tragic Hero William Shakespeare wrote “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” to tell the story of the tragedy that happened to him. When Caesar was going to become king, his own friends turned into conspirators against him. Since the conspirators said that Caesar would abuse the power of being king, they decided to murder him for the sake of the Roman people.
In the play we see Tybalt stabbing Mercutio under Romeo's arm which resulted in Mercutio dying. This shows how Tybalt killed Mercutio and by the Kings rules Tybalt should be killed anyways for what he did. Tybalt had chose to break the law by killing Mercutio and Romeo did what the law would have done anyways. For these reasons we see that Tybalt would have probably died even if Romeo did not kill him so it would have been entirely his fault and not Romeos. This is a second and primary reason why it was Tybalt's fault for his
Brutus is introduced to the play as a well intentioned and respected politician in Rome, with many supporters within the senate, as well as a close friend of Julius Caesar. As he learns of the plot to kill Caesar, he is convinced by the conspirators that Caesar is a tyrant in disguise, and that it is in the best interest of Rome that he should not lead. Brutus’ innocently patriotic love of Rome led him believe that killing Caesar was necessary, a sentiment shared and bolstered by the other conspirators. An excellent example of the conspirators betraying
Brutus vs. Cassius A leader is a person who follows through and knows what they want. Cassius, in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar is the character who wants to kill Caesar based on his political ranking in Rome. Cassius recruited Caesar's best friend, Brutus, to help him catch Caesar before he gets too big and in Cassius’ opinion destroys Rome. Cassius Is a very effective leader compared to Brutus. Cassius gets his way in the end of the play, although he does not live to see what effects the death of Caesar has on Rome.
Honor is what's on the inside Aristotle, an ancient philosopher, once said “You will never do anything in this world without courage. It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor.” Honor is an important trait to have in a human being. In The Crucible John Proctor is faced with tough choices that describe his character and proves his honor to friends, family and to the community. Author Miller proves in The Crucible John Proctor is an honorable man by Johns loyalty, risking his good name and a good husband.
The final reason that Romeo is at fault for Tybalt 's death is that Romeo actually killed Tybalt. “This gentleman, the Prince’s near ally, My very friend, hath got his mortal hurt In my behalf. My reputation stained With Tybalt’s slander. “(3.1.70-74). This means that Mercutio is a family member of the Prince, Romeo’s friend and that Mercutio got hurt on Romeo’s watch and that Mercutio tried to protect Romeo from Tybalt’s smack talk.
Proving a Tragic Hero A character who makes a judgement or error that inevitably leads to his or her own destruction, defines a tragic hero, according to Aristotle. In William Shakespeare’s writings, one character generally identifies as a tragic hero. Shakespeare’s play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, comes from the true events that took place in Rome during the time that Caesar rose and gained power as dictator. After Pompey’s death in Egypt; caused by each of their power-hungry desires, Caesar declared himself dictator of Rome.
Hamlet’s suicidal tendencies show he is a weak character. Hamlet shows suicidal a couple of times through out the play. One time is in act one scene two when he recognized that it is against God’s commandments to self-slaughter. Here hamlet is over dramatic and expresses his feelings by thinking about killing himself. “O, that this too too solid flesh would melt” soliloquy (I.ii.129–158) and the “To be, or not to be” soliloquy (III.i.56–88).
The tragic flaw in Marcus Brutus was his pride. Brutus was lulled into the conspiracy to assassinate Caesar with Cassius’ flattery and also flattery in the form of letters forged by Cassius to appear that various Romans had lauded Brutus. Brutus would best fit Aristotle’s description of the tragic hero because of his pride—that is, pride in his integrity and pride in his reputation. Brutus’ pride in his integrity is demonstrated when Cassius approaches him because Brutus has “wronged” Cassius (p. 103-105) In a time of battle, Brutus attacked Cassius for defending a man who took bribes from the Sardians (p. 103).