Julius Caesar Vs Brutus Essay

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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.
In these scenes Julius Caesar, Cassius is a deceiving man. Throughout the play, Cassius is constantly trying to turn people against Caesar. Cassius uses his power to manipulate others around him. Cassius says, describing Brutus in a highly matter, “Well, Brutus, thou
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An effective leader is one who is experienced, determined, and likable. Although Cassius was never officially crowned king of Rome, killing Caesar would result in him gaining power. Caesar was very liked and honored in Rome. Cassius saw this as a threat, and he wanted to take Caesar down before it was too late. Cassius was so set on killing Caesar he recruited Brutus to help set up Caesar. Cassius decides to sweet-talk Brutus. Cassius tries to show that he is a nice guy he says, “Brutus, I do observe you now of late / I have not from your eyes that gentleness / And show of love as I was wont to have. / You bear too stubborn and too strange a hand / Over your friend that loves you.” (I. 2. 34-38). Cassius is trying to provoke Brutus to join the conspirators. Although is was Cassius’ plan to kill Caesar, he says it was for the good of Rome. To prove to Brutus that it is in favor of the commoners. Cassius says to Brutus, “I have heard / Where many of the best respect in Rome,” (I. 2. 60-61). Cassius knew this would hit Brutus and give him a good reason to join the senators in the killing of Caesar. Cassius knew what he wanted all
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