Julius Caesar Loyalty Analysis

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“There is something wrong with your character if opportunity controls your loyalty.” -Sean Simmons. Many times people have different understandings about loyalty. This is clearly shown in the Shakespearean play Julius Caesar. Brutus thought he was being loyal to Rome, even though great sacrifices had to be made. Cassius’s interpretation of loyalty involved him being in power and showing loyalty to the conspirators and Mark Antony felt that Caesar was going to do great things for Rome, so he showed loyalty to him. Mark Antony, Brutus and Cassius clearly showed that they each had a different idea of what being loyal meant.

In Antonys eyes, following and agreeing with Julius Caesar was not only showing loyalty to him, but also to Rome. He felt
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