Loyalty In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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Flavius Annoyed with the crowd because they are too fickle. “It is no matter. Let no images be hung with caesar’s trophies. I’ll about and drive away the vulgar from the streets.” Demands to take away Caesars crown Marullus Annoyed with the crowd because they are too fickle. “Wherefore rejoice? What conquest brings he home? - What tributaries follow him to Rome, To grace in captive bonds his chariot-wheels?” Marullus’s loyalty does not lie to Caesar because he is agreeing to remove crowns from Caesar statues. So his loyalty must lie instead to Cassius. Commoners The commoners are celebrating on Caesars victory over Pompey. “But indeed, sir, we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph.” Loyalty to Caesar for conquering Pompey Caesar Superstitions against many people “to bear my greeting to the …show more content…

He offers Caesar a crown 3 times, which he refuses. “Don’t be afraid of him, Caesar. He isn’t dangerous he’s a noble Roman with a good disposition.” Antony’s loyalties are to Caesar because they are very close. He is Caesars right hand man. Soothsayer The soothsayer is a fortuneteller and he tells Caesar to beware of March 15 ”Beware of March 15” Loyalty to Caesar Brutus Brutus was first loyal to Caesar but then he is convinced that Caesar is abusing his power so he helps kill Caesar. “The only way is to kill Caesar I have no personal reason to strike at him only the best interest of people. He wants to be crowned.” Brutus showed the greatest amount of loyalty to his country. He killed a friend for what he thought would be a better Rome. He was loyal to his country but not to his friend. Cassius Cassius had been Caesar’s friend for a long time but he wants him to be killed. He also convinces Brutus to join him and his followers. “Why man he doth bestride the narrow world like a colossus, and we petty men walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonorable graves.” Loyal to

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