The need to avenge Caesar 's death gave Antony a motivation but he also used emotion to win the trust of the Romans. Brutus used logic to persuade the crowd but more specifically he used his own opinion meanwhile Antony used a correlation with of his own opinion as well a the crowd. To him “ He was my [his] friend, faithful and just to [him]” (III.ii.87). Antony provides an intimate experience with Caesar to which the crowd had not been exposed to. The emotion he expresses are with grief and anger.
In my opinion I believe that Antony’s speech was more persuasive and believable than Brutus’.He made the crowd feel connected to Caesar and he caught the eye of the Roman people. They both use parallelism to tear the other down. Antony uses parallelism to make it clear to the citizens that Brutus is an evil person and claimed he was harmful. Although Brutus contradicts himself many times, but he tells the Romans that he was protecting
When there are elections, politicians have types of speeches to persuade the audience listening. In Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Mark Antony uses effective Rhetorical techniques in his speech in order to get the Roman citizens to not support Brutus and the Conspirators but support Caesar. The three rhetorical techniques Antony uses in his speech are Pathos, Imagery, and Verbal Irony. Pathos since it demonstrates feeling towards Caesar's demise and against the Conspirators and needs the citizens to have a similar feeling. Antony utilizes Pathos to raise feelings of the residents.
Julius Caesar: Analysis of Tone in Funeral Speeches MLK, Jr. once said, “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends” (Goodreads). In the play Julius Caesar written by William Shakespeare, actions and words are used and spoken against a friend and a rival contributing to the assassination of their fellow friend Caesar. Two people that were very close to Caesar speak out against each other during their funeral speeches. Brutus, who is a “friend” and also a conspirator against Caesar, and Antony who is a very loyal friend to Caesar, use several rhetorical and literary devices as they create tone of proud assertive and defiant manipulation to get the Roman citizens on their side. Brutus uses rhetorical questions, faulty reasoning and hyperboles to create the tone of persuasion while convincing the Roman people to be on his side.
Mark Antony In the play "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare, Mark Antony delivers a persuasive speech to the Romans. Before Antony spoke, Brutus had given his speech saying that he killed Caesar because of his ambition. During Antony's speech, Antony is trying to turn the citizens of Rome against the conspirators. After Antony turned the citizens, the citizens wanted to get revenge for Caesars death. Antony's speech persuades the Romans through his use of imagery, rhetorical structure and tone.
In Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, the main character, Julius Caesar, believes he has two good friends in Mark Antony and Brutus, and he has good reason to believe so. That is until Brutus literally stabs Caesar in the back. Now it is time for Caesar’s funeral and both Brutus and Antony are giving speeches. During their speeches, Brutus and Antony use ethos, logos, and pathos, but with very different intentions. Brutus intends to justify his actions, and gain the support of the Roman people.
Funeral Speech Showdown Most people have a friend or two that they love dearly, and would do nearly anything for. What happens whenever those friends betray you? In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Brutus and fellow conspirators kill Caesar for, what they feel is, the good of Rome. At Caesar’s funeral, two speeches are given. The first by one of the conspirators taking part in Caesar’s death, Brutus.
In Act 3 Scene 2 Brutus said during his speech, “If that friend then demands to know why Brutus turned against Caesar, this is my answer: Not because I cared for Caesar less, but because I cared for Rome more”. Brutus had courage to kill Caesar, not because he wanted to, but for the good of Rome and its people. During the entirety of the story, Brutus
the complete chaos ensures rhom may not look seem like a positive reaction to antony 's speech but it is in fact what he wants which is shown through soliloquy through the lack of almost no reaction to brutus logical and ineffective speech it is obvious that antony 's speech is more effective over the people of rome as speeches as a whole this shows that emotional appeal causes a much bigger reaction than logic and reason. Also showing the power of words and how they can turn people into believing
Have you ever been stabbed in the back by one of your friends? Julius Caesar understands how you feel. In William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar, Brutus was a man known for his honor, and was a friend of Caesar; but he thought that he was too ambitious for his own good so he, Cassius and a group of members of the Roman senate all conspired to kill him. Brutus believed that killing Caesar was best for Rome's future. Unfortunately, instead of going to Caesar and discussing their concerns with him; they decide to end his life.