He also introduced Rome’s calendar, the namesake Julian calendar. After his death, Caesar distributed his wealth back to the Roman people. It is evident that Caesar was a true man of the people, who gave his life to the glory of Rome. Though his reign was somewhat tumultuous, he ultimately was able to restore the Republic. Caesar was a stern, yet generous leader, who only had in mind the best interest of his city.
Julius Caesar would of made a great leader for Rome and showed loyalty and gave to his country in his will . The other two characters that were mentioned Cassius, and Brutus have shown multiple reasons not to be trusted or strong . Cassius being very weak but still reached his goal. Brutus being strong but did not reach his goal. “Thou art the ruins of the noblest man That ever lived in the tide of times.” Caesar was a noble leader and would of perfectly taken care of rome and the people of
Do you think Julius Caeser was a hero or a villain? Julius Caeser was one of the best heros of all time. Julius Caeser was a hero because he was a successful general in the army, brought order and peace to Rome, and made public jobs in Rome. Julius Caeser did many great things like brought order and peace to Rome. He made sure fights didn’t happen all around Rome.
In Julius Caesar, the noblest person throughout the entire play seems to be Brutus. He, by Antony, is called "an honorable man", because most honorable and honest people tend to think that other people live by the same standards as they do. Brutus trusts Cassius and lets himself be convinced that Caesar must die to preserve everything that goes along with the democratic rule in Rome. To him, killing someone he calls a friend is seen as a sad, but necessary sacrifice for the people. Brutus can be seen as someone who brings about the peace that is needed within the Roman Empire when the people start to realize that Julius is going to destroy the empire if he isn't stopped or at least killed.
Cassius likes having everything his way while Brutus cares and loves for his country, Rome. Brutus is best described as friendly, caring, and very loving for his country, Rome. It’s not because Brutus disliked Caesar that he decided to be part of the assassination it was more because he cared and loved his country a lot more “Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more” (III.II.23-240). Brutus was afraid that the people would chose Caesar as their king and that Caesar would turn into a tyrant ruler. Brutus
Throughout many of Shakespeare’s plays and tragedies, a tragic hero shines though the story and is identified as the character who possesses a flaw that eventually leads to their defeat or death. In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, there has been much debate about who is the tragic hero in this play. Many people agree that Marcus Brutus is the tragic hero; however, others argue it is Caius Cassius. After examining these two specific characters, a conclusion is more easily drawn. Marcus Brutus can be identified as the tragic hero of this play because he is a person that has heroic qualities such as nobility and affection; however, it is his strong love for his country and people that lead to his disastrous demise.
To me it is obvious that Brutus is noble. First of all Brutus 's ancestors who have the same trait of nobility is passed down as a sort of legacy. Also Brutus proves that he is willing to do anything to keep his country in its best shape. Lastly Brutus 's personality and what its made up off shows that he is the most noble person in the play. Early in the play it says how Brutus 's ancestor kills the ruler of Pompey for the sake of Rome.
His self-centered and arrogant character sets him where he shall not be, yet his loyalty is what brings him to peace and resolution. There are several circumstances in the novel in which Odysseus causes both harm and harmony, however, no matter the circumstance; Odysseus continuously validates the qualities of intelligence, loyalty, and bravery and that is what makes him a heroic figure. A significant trait that an epic hero must encounter is intelligence and cleverness. Although Odysseus’s self-centered character may lead him to wrong decision making, his intelligence never failed to help get out of the mistaken decision. Due to Odysseus’s unnecessary curiosity, he got him and his crew dangerously imprisoned inside the cave of the Cyclops.
Brutus in julius caesar was truly an honorable man in my opinion because, all he really wanted was the best for Rome;in other words Brutus is willing to do whatever it takes even if it means sacrificing others close to him to strengthen Rome. Also Brutus has the least amount of blame for the murder; he felt the most guilt about caesar 's death because he is visited by his ghost. Most characters in the play don 't act honorable and they only want Caesars death to benefit themselves. Like Brutus, my Grandfather is honorable;he was an army
In Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, Brutus, is noble. Even though at times Brutus makes poor decisions in the moment, he still tries his best to consider the good of Rome and the people living there when making all of them. Brutus has honesty, decency, a good sense of morality of what is right and wrong therefore he is righteous. He believes that honor is the most important characteristic a man can have. In act one, scene two not only does Brutus tell Cassius that he is at war with himself it also says “If it be aught toward the general good, Set honor in one eye and death I the other And I will look on both indifferently.