He exemplified the ways of both a hero and a villain. However, it is my opinion that he is a villain. I believe this because he could be an extremely violent leader and because he never fully reigned over one of the places he conquered/ruled. He is a villain because he murdered thousands of people and soldiers from different nations. Alexander tortured many of his victims and then he killed them.
William Wallace is a symbol of patriotism and courage in Scotland, though most of his fights were fueled by anger and hatred towards the English. Lanark was burned to the ground because earlier that day, his love interest was murdered. His actions in battle were often thought of as brutal, but many are believed to be legend. When in Lanark its been said that he used the skin of englishman to make a scabbard for his claymore and an english noble from the battle of stirling bridge was used for sword handles. William Wallace was a greatly feared man by English troops for he was known as a brutal heartless knight who didn 't seem to believe in mercy.
To conclude, in my opinion, this event is what sparked the war into action and without it the war wouldn’t of happened. Lastly, The most important person in the cause of the war is Franz Joseph Ⅱ. After his son was assassinated he made many demands Serbia had to fulfil. When Serbia didn’t meet the Duke’s demands he declared war on the country. Franz Joseph Ⅱwas the one who initiated the war when he declared it against Serbia which drawed the other Europeans into it because of their alliances.
A majority of the main characters were guilty of hubris. One character guilty of hubris was Julius Caesar. Although he was not prideful, because of Cassius and Brutus’ pride, he ended up getting murdered. He did, however, not follow a very clear warning: “Beware the Ides of March,” (I, ii, 18). Because he ignored
for the romans to enjoy. Marc Anthony also shows the people Caesar’s bloody body and the people of Rome are outraged at Brutus and his friends. So outraged that they kill a poet just for having the same name as one of the conspirators. So, in my opinion, Marc Antony’s speech was more effective. He got the people to go from adoring Brutus to despising him and his group so much as to kill an innocent man with the same name as one of them.
Caesar was a Roman general that was crowned king. Many conspirators thought that Caesar would not be a good king because many bad omens were happening before he was crowned. The conspirators killed Caesar. Caesar’s best friend was Antony who was disappointed about his death. In William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Antony uses the persuasive techniques ethos and logos in his funeral speech; he uses these elements to persuade the Roman crowd for the reason of Caesar's death.
There were many differences between to two speeches but the ones that stood out were the fact that Antonys speech was meant to capture the crowds emotions while Brutus 's speech was focused on the ethnics of the situation. Antony made people feel emotional and angry at Brutus for killing Caesar. Brutus just stated that he was right and that he killed his friend for the sake of
After the assassination of Julius Caesar in, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, two men come before the people of Rome with much to say. Those two men are Brutus and Mark Antony. Even though a these men 's speeches have come after the same terribly tragedy they both have very different things to say. Rome was being torn between two sides of a dispute, to forgive the murder of Julius or destroy him. Brutus was a man who honestly believed that by killing Julius Caesar he was doing right by the people of Rome.
In the play of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Brutus and Mark Antony both write and deliver their own speeches after the assassination of Julius Caesar. Caesar was assassinated for the poor leader he seemed to be to the senators of Rome. Therefor Brutus delivered his speech first and loved Caesar but he loved Rome than he did Caesar. But in Mark Antony 's speech did not agree with Brutus because Antony loved Caesar more than he did Rome he also respected what Caesar was trying to do for Rome that others did not see. The speech of Mark Antony made the people of Rome feel frightened due to the reason he was assassinated.
They had to share the crown of being a king and one brother did not like that. The loyalty of the brothers was gone when they killed each other by putting their family in the situation ruling in the death of Antigone. The new king also had loyalty issues as he killed his sons, Haemon, fiance causing Haemon to kill himself and then Creon's wife and Haemon's mother to kill herself leaving Creon lonely. The reason for Creon to be unloyal is because although Antigone went against the law, she was indeed his family and it just shows that Creon’s loyalty and beliefs are above the belief that he should be loyal to his family. Creon’s loyalty did not lie with his family and that is simply shown by the death of Antigone.