The Importance Of Brutus Speech In Julius Caesar

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William Shakespeare is the greatest playwright of all time. In Julius Caesar a play written by Shakespeare himself; he proves his worth of the title. The two most notable speeches in Julius Caesar are spoken by Brutus and Antony. They use many literary elements to persuade the audience of their point. In Brutus’ speech, he expresses the point that Caesar died for the good of Rome. He uses logos to convey this point to the audience. Brutus spoke valiantly at his speech. Brutus uses logos to prove that Caesar died for the good of Rome in this quote, “Had you rather Caesar were living and die all slaves”. This shows that Caesar if he was not slain, would have become far too powerful. This causes Brutus’ audience to turn against Caesar
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