Theme Of Ethos Pathos And Logos In Julius Caesar

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In “Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare, Marc Antony uses pathos and metaphors to convey his point of understanding crowd psychology. Although Antony respects both sides of Caesar and the conspirators, he gradually persuades the crowd to believe the positive actions Caesar had made during his time, “...common pleasures to walk abroad and recreate yourselves. Here was a Caesar! Where comes such another?” (3.2. Line 264-66). Pathos is shown as Antony provokes how important Caesar was to the Roman Empire and all he has done for his town, stirring the crowds’ perspectives through the sympathy he speaks across. Antony finishes this quote with spreading gratefulness to the crowd, and how hard it will be for them to find a leader as inspiring
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