Lucius Junius Brutus one of Brutus’ ancestor that turned Rome into a republic. Brutus loves caesar but doesn't want him to become king. Brutus doesn't have a personal reason to kill Caesar but for the good of Rome he has to. The country of rome would fall to Caesar if he became king because he is corrupt. Brutus loves Caesar but knows he has to kill him for the good of rome.
Line 144-145). Antony starts to bring in Caesar’s feeling to make the crowd feel love for Caesar. He also says the opposite of Brutus when he say would you have Caesar live and die a slave. Antony says this as if Caesar told him, that the people are human, not something that can be bought or sold. Pathos helped the crowd get somewhat angry and wanted to hear more of what Anthony had to
I wanted Mercutio to leave the streets because it is hot and if we meet, we can’t avoid a brawl. Mercutio wouldn’t leave the streets because he didn’t want to be seen as weak. When Tybalt arrived all he wanted to do was to fight Romeo. Mercutio was offended because Romeo didn’t want to fight Tybalt and that would only make Romeo seem weak. Tybalt didn’t want to fight Mercutio because this fight was only supposed to be with Romeo.
Antony wants to cut what Caesar gave to his people, since he does not want to give all of that money and land. However, Anthony earlier had his speech praising Caesar for his will and his goodness. He uses the will to prompt the crowds in his favor, but does not actually follow up on what he says, and does not care about Caesar’s wishes. This shows that Antony’s speech and actions are not actually for Caesar, but for his own arrangements. Antony’s thirst for ultimate power also drives his desire to remove Brutus and Cassius, but does this by swaying the crowds to riot, driving them out of Rome, and causing a disastrous war with many deaths.
Anakin knows he’s the one of the most important Jedi who is supposed to save the galaxy from harm; however, his impatience causes him to start turning against the Jedi because they were preventing him from the council. That was because firstly, he was too young and secondly, the council didn’t trust him because they thought he was working with the chancellor, which he was. Palpatine’s offerings to Anakin were very important for him and because of Anakin’s ego, Palpatine easily convinced Anakin to join the dark side. This shows Anakin’s impatience, which led to his poor choice of joining Palpatine and the dark side. Also, because of how much he valued power and wanted to become even more highly-ranked, he started following Palpatine’s orders even when they were very extreme and harmful towards the Jedi.
There are many reasons to have ambition, having good ambition can help a person go a long way in life, but having bad ambition can also be harmful or a major threat to others. Being a person with ambition is great, but be sure to use it for the right reasons. Ambition can be really motivating like in the epic poem Beowulf where Beowulf himself risked his life many times to save the lives of others, but could also go to the extreme and leave people making irrational decisions, such as Macbeth, who became senseless trying to become king for his wife who was power hungry. To be that person that carries ambition inside of them at all times is a great character trait, and being that person to carry ambition for the right reasons is even better because it could take someone a long way in life. For example, Beowulf’s ambition led him to saving others’ lives and save
After Brutus spoke, Antony, one of Brutus 's friends spoke. He was not allowed to speech bad about the conspirators. His goal then was to try and upset the people and turn them against the conspirators. Brutus first addresses the crowd to calm them down drastically and to explain that if Julius became king, the power could have went to his head and became a bad guy. In his speech Brutus uses logos and ethos.
People complain that Brutus is just as bad as Caesar, yet Brutus does it for justice of the people. While others explain that the Roman empire will fall due to Brutus’s actions, others will say that he has a high respect of the citizens, and the citizens would know he did the deed for the better good. While some may bicker about Brutus making predictions about the future, he is simply trying to prevent tyranny to get ahold of Rome and the empire. Brutus is the perfect example of anyone in the world, who wants to do the better good for everyone. Should Brutus join the conspiracy against Caesar?
Tone can be defined as the attitude that a speaker or writer conveys toward his or her subject. The tones of Brutus and Antony’s funeral speeches in the play Julius Caesar are strikingly different. Both Brutus and Antony speak to the Roman people at the funeral of Julius Caesar. Brutus quickly convinces the people to see the death of Caesar in a positive light; therefore, claiming it was to protect Rome from the ambition of Caesar. Antony being very loyal to Caesar is hurt by the assassination and vows to avenge Caesar.
Brutus was a close friend to Caesar, and he didn’t kill Caesar because he didn’t like him. He did love Caesar, but his love for Rome was stronger and he didn’t want Caesar to ruin the great city he had even said “Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more. Had you rather Caesar were living and die all slaves.” (III.ii). Brutus thought that Caesar was too ambitious and that would have ruined Rome, so he wanted the best for the citizens of Rome and killed Julius Caesar. However, Brutus wasn’t the only part of the killing of Caesar he was an accomplice along with Cassius and Casca, so he had some people who felt the same as Brutus.
Gilgamesh and Luke Skywalker are a lot alike, but also very different. When they faced their adventures they did not want to do it. Both have some very special abilities. But they have very different personalities.so they are different, but also the same When they are faced with their adventures they did not want to do it. Gilgamesh was faced with Humbaba he wanted to let him live, but Enkidu knew they had to kill him.
Eventually, he thinks of himself as a coward, and he reveals that he “couldn’t endure the mockery, or the disgrace or the patriotic ridicule…[he] couldn’t make [himself] be brave...Embarrassment, that’s all it was” (O’Brien 57). O’Brien feels the shame engulf him and this leads him to submit and go to war. Although O’Brien does not have any incentive to go to war at first, it is the shame that ultimately motivates him to face his fears and head to Vietnam with other soldiers. Without feeling the embarrassment himself, O’Brien would not be anywhere near as motivated to go to war as he is in the book. Society’s influence on him causes him to not only feel ashamed, but to also submit to one of the most dangerous things one can experience: war.
Cassius writes Brutus a bunch of letters, making it seem like different people want him to be a leader instead of Caesar. When Brutus and the conspirators killed Caesar, Brutus was the last one to stab Caesar. After Caesar was killed the conspirators put his blood all over them. Antony pretended to be on Brutus 's side and agreed with Brutus and the other men for why they had to kill Caesar because he was afraid that they would also kill him too. After Brutus talked to the people of Rome and explained why they killed Caesar, they agreed that it was the right thing to do.
Brutus was a great and close friend of Julius Caesar, but Cassius took advantage of Brutus because he was jealous of Julius. Brutus was a patriot and just wanted to do the right thing for Rome and make sure Julius was not going to become king. Brutus was a truthful man and wanted to know what the people thought about Julius. So Cassius tried to bribe Brutus with fake letters from the people, and decided he would team with the other senators and kill Julius Caesar for the good of Rome. For example, in his speech at Julius 's funeral he said "Not that I loved Caesar less, but I loved Rome more."
Creon becomes arrogant to admit his own mistake to keep his reputation as a wise prince. However, Machiavelli suggest that “when Prince and Minister are upon this footing they can mutually trust one another; but when the contrary is the case, it will always fare ill with one or other of them” (Machiavelli 63). Due to his hypocrisy and stubbornness, the brave soldiers of the country of Thebes are afraid him to report to him, and his wise subjects refuse to advise him. Creon’s inflexible mind and behavior provoke a clash between him and his subjects which would ultimately lead to his