Rhetoric Of Brutus And Mark Antony In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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In the play Julius Caesar, there are many different speeches made by many different characters. The two that give the best examples of rhetoric are those made by Brutus and Mark Antony. They are both on two different ends of the spectrum and are completely different though. Mark Antony Is an amazing speaker, he knows how to talk to a crowd and get them to join him in his endeavors. While Brutus is the exact opposite, he is not a very good speaker and has trouble getting the people on his side. Mark Antony's speech is all about how Brutus is a traitor, he does an excellent job of getting the crowd to join his side and turn against Brutus, his speech is a great example of rhetoric in this play and it really gives you a look into the type of
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