Flaws of a Tragic Hero! Honor can be looked upon in different ways. In the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Marcus Brutus is looking and thought to be honored for his selfless actions, but Mark Antony seems to think otherwise. Antony contrasts from Brutus, which helps Brutus’ development as a tragic hero and advances the plot.
In the play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Brutus has just killed Caesar for being what he considers ambitious, and he has spoken to the people of Rome about why he did it. He uses ethos, pathos, and logos to try and persuade the citizens to not punish him for what he has done. He uses ethos by himself being a very honorable and noble person. He was one of Caesar’s closest friends, so he of all people would be the first to find a reason not to kill him. His nobility and honorability showed that he will always do what is best for his country, even if he didn’t want to.
Julius Caesar In the beginning it was all easy a new leader in in town an everything was fine. That is until the leader was killed by nobles. Brutus was a noble that was very honorable but also very gullible. Brutus’s best friend was the exact opposite of Brutus, which makes Brutus a tragedy hero.
Do you think brutus is a tragic hero? Well he is since he has a strong relationship with Caesar, his relationship with the citizens of rome is greater. For example,” This was the noblest roman of them all the conspirators, except him did that they did out of jealousy of Caesar; Only he, in general -honest thought and common good to all, made one of them His life was gentle, and the elements so mix'd in him that Nature might stand up and say to all the world,” This was a man!” This quote from act 5 shows how he was considered a tragic hero by anthony which was Caesar’s son.
Brutus vs. Antony The death of Caesar was a tragedy spreading all around Rome. No one knew what to do; everyone was in an uproar and filled with an unbelievable amount of emotion. The people of Rome were vulnerable to the words of Brutus and Antony, being persuaded a million different ways as the influential men gave their sides of the story. Throughout the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Antony and Brutus use emotion and logic and reason to try to explain Caesar’s death, to the people of Rome.
Samantha Durand 27 October 2015 Dunipace 4th Julius Caesar Essay Brutus is the Tragic Hero William Shakespeare wrote “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” to tell the story of the tragedy that happened to him. When Caesar was going to become king, his own friends turned into conspirators against him. Since the conspirators said that Caesar would abuse the power of being king, they decided to murder him for the sake of the Roman people.
Brutus, According to Shakespeare The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, a Shakespearean play and representation of the assassination of Caesar, is a well written and developed story in which the build up of the characters is very well done. As a matter of fact, the developing of Brutus, the tragic hero on the play, is one of the most important characters and therefore one of the better explained and exposed. Brutus is a character that is marked with three traits that allow him to be the one responsible for Caesar's assassination. Indeed, Brutus is naive, well-intended and hypocrite, as seen when the conspirators convince him to be part of it, and be one of the most important figures in it.
In the play Julius Caesar, the character Brutus is known as the tragic hero. A tragic hero is someone who is born of a noble birth. This person has heroic or may have potential heroic qualities. They’re also fated by the Gods or someone higher up to doom and destruction. In Julius Caesar, Brutus stabs Caesar in the back, literally.
Leo Tolstoy once said, “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” This quote proves true for one of the main characters in each A Gathering of Old Men, and Julius Caesar. Sheriff Mapes from A Gathering of Old Men, and Marcus Brutus from Julius Caesar both try to change the world. Sheriff Mapes tries to change the world starting off small within his own community, while Marcus Brutus tries to change the world on a much larger scale, throughout the whole republic. Mapes is a law enforcer, so when there is a death he takes control and tries to get to the bottom of it.
Honor in the world gives people a reason to fight for the things that they believe in. Throughout The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Brutus has had to make many tough decisions that display the great honor within him. In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare's, it is made very obvious that Brutus is an honorable man. Brutus preserves his honor by taking care of Rome’s issues with good intentions and without going too far.
Due to his prominence in society, and his naivety, he gets defeated by the Romans, which leads to his downfall. Marcus Brutus is a noble citizen of Rome and a prominent leader who leads the conspirators in the assassination of Julius Caesar. He is naive because he thought everything in the world was good. Brutus thought no one would ever deceive him, which led to his downfall and later his defeat. Marcus Brutus exemplifies a tragic hero because he was killed because due to his tragic flaw.
Friends can turn on you in a heartbeat even if you thought you knew them. People you trust and care for can change their mind in an instant and turn against you to do harm to you. The story Julius Caesar shows this between the honorable Brutus and Caesar. Caesar thought Brutus was a trustworthy person but for Brutus there is something more important to him then Caesar. Brutus is a great soldier and an honorable man and we may know people like this.