Why Is Julius Caesar Killing Bad

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Killings for the Good of Rome Not every story has a villain sometimes there are all heros doing the right thing for the greater good. That is the case for Julius Caesar because there is only multiple heroes. They are all doing what is best for the people. Julius Caesar, Brutus, and Antony are did what was best for the people, and some of them had to face some consequences for their actions. Julius Caesar was a congenial man always caring for his people and wanted what was best for his citizens. This was clearly seen sadly after his death in his will “He hath left you all his walks, His private arbours and new-planted orchards.” (II.iii) This is just a few things Caesar had left for his people. This act of generosity shows that Caesar actually cared for his people. He also wasn’t some kind of dictator or power hungry ruler because Julius had denied the crown three times, and the people even loved him they had an up roar when he denied the crown. After the speech of Brutus the people…show more content…
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. You could see that Brutus was a man with good morals because he didn’t want to kill Antony because he wanted the death of Caesar to be a sacrifice to the gods and not a blood bath. Antony didn’t take the death of his beloved friend well and was determined to avenge the death of
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