“What other bond, than secret Romans that spoke the word, and will not palter?” I believe that Brutus and the Conspiracy should go to the capital and kill Caesar, and they should do what they had planned to do. Why should they? For the Romans to have a good place to live, pride, and confidence for their country. Caesar should not be crowned king, Caesar should not become the leader of the Roman people.
How can one person make such a big impact on life? Big or small, we’re all faced with decisions and choices that aren't at all easy, all those choices have consequences and some even have rewards. Some big choices that could affect our life like what education we want, rather or not we go to college and as a country, we make a decision on who runs the country. we can see this in Shakespeare's Julius caesar, and the story of Antigone.
Idealistic Brutus misplaces his trust on his army and the conspirators. Manipulated, Brutus joins into the conspiracy without knowing the hidden intentions. By the time conspirators had brief meeting at Brutus’s house before the plan, Brutus addresses that “they are all welcome” (2.1.97) and shakes hands with the conspirators without any doubt. He misplaces his trust on the conspirators thinking that everyone share same purpose and intention. After the death of Caesar and Antony’s funeral speech, Brutus and Cassius run away from Rome and set up a camp where they can fight against the army of Antony.
Burn Book Vs. Knife Analysis Within both the story of Julius Caesar and the movie Mean Girls, there are multiple concepts with similar characteristics. One of those concepts is the use of objects to symbolize something greater. In Julius Caesar, after defeating Pompey, Caesar is to be the ruler of Rome however Cassius convinces Brutus and other men to conspire against Caesar and kill him.
Julius Caesar a great written playwright by William Shakespeare. In Julius Caesar there has been manipulation throughout the story. Manipulation is defined as the state of being manipulated and the act of practice of manipulating. Some characters in the story uses manipulation against others. Throughout the story characters involvement this leads to betrayals, enemies, and confusion.
While the first societies were built by man, the rules of every society since have have dictated the actions and beliefs of each individual. In the Roman Society presented in William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar, Julius Caesar is on the verge of being crowned king, and some of his fellow Romans are none too pleased with this. Julius Caesar takes place in ancient Rome in 44 b.c. At this time, Rome was the center of a large empire, but their society had its fair share of problems. Their society gives much of the wealth and power to a select few people while many power-hungry men vie to be absolute leaders.
Most individuals wish to consider themselves “noble,” as it is generally a positive quality for most humans. By being noble, a person will likely be respected by others, especially when it comes to decisions that can influence more than one person. Individuals who are considered noble usually wield a certain power or authority, especially in literature. In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare utilizes the character Brutus to exemplify these qualities in an individual’s personality in order to convince that people should strive to be like Brutus, even with overly his optimistic view on life.
What makes someone a villain? One must make decisions that will hurt others around them. Julius Caesar was a villain because many people did not like him, he broke Roman tradition, and he wasn’t truthful to his supporters. One of the reasons Julius Caesar should be considered a villain is because he was disliked/hated by many people. The people who disliked him because they thought he was going to do anything to gain power and glory.
Brutus is undecided about killing Caesar because he doesn’t want to betray him, but he knows he has to do it for Rome. Antony was afraid they would kill him too, because Antony was close to Caesar. Calphurnia tries to keep Caesar home from the capitol because she knows something bad is going to happen if he goes. Decius convinces him to go, he says they had misinterpreted the signs and that it means that Caesar will be able to provide for all of Rome. Cassius writes Brutus a bunch of letters, making it seem like different people want him to be a leader instead of Caesar.
In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, the main character, Marcus Brutus, is the tragic hero. He is a tragic hero because he is presented as a noble, upright, virtuous man who is concerned for his country, and is tragically led to betray his friend, Julius Caesar. This is also supported by the fact that the other main character, Julius Caesar, dies in the middle of the play. Paired with Brutus’ ideal and goal of preserving and protecting the Republic from all enemies, internal and external; it is clear his character drives the action of the play. He is also the clear protagonist of the story, striving for a noble ideal that he fails to accomplish, and suffering both internal and external conflict as a result, with his failure distinctively marking him as the play’s tragic hero.