Julius Caesar Pathos Analysis

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In the play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Brutus has just killed Caesar for being what he considers ambitious, and he has spoken to the people of Rome about why he did it. He uses ethos, pathos, and logos to try and persuade the citizens to not punish him for what he has done. He uses ethos by himself being a very honorable and noble person. He was one of Caesar’s closest friends, so he of all people would be the first to find a reason not to kill him. His nobility and honorability showed that he will always do what is best for his country, even if he didn’t want to. Brutus uses pathos by triggering the emotional feelings of people when he says how much he loved Caesar. He says, “any dear friend of Caesar’s... that Brutus’ love to Caesar

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