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Pathos, ethos, and logos are three persuasive tools used by Antony and Brutus at Caesar's funeral. Both Brutus and Antony's speeches given, greatly impacted the citizens of Rome . This passage, Julius Caesar, is written by William Shakespeare. This is a play based on a historical event led by the tragedy of the Roman leader ,Caesar, who was killed by his disloyal friends. Within this passage, Brutus and a group of conspirators gathered together upon the action to betrayal Caesar and take over the city Rome. In addition, they all believed that Caesar did not deserve the throne and they had to destroy him. At Caesar’s funeral both Brutus and Antony created heartfelt speeches in order to persuade the flustered citizens of Rome. However, I can conclude that the logos, pathos, and ethos in Antony's speech was much more persuadable than Brutus's unfavorable speech.

Antony's funeral speech was much more effective because his use of nnsmsnsnmsmsmdmd ndmkdmd mxdm mxmmd. Mmcmcmmmd mcmmdmc mxmxmmc ckkckxmmd kfdlmmdm mddlmc k. Jdjdn nsnnnd nndndn jdmxm nxnmxn . Bdnxmx mfmcm nmmdPathos, ethos, and logos are three persuasive tools used by Antony and Brutus at Caesar's funeral. Both Brutus and Antony's speeches given, greatly impacted the citizens of Rome . This passage, Julius Caesar, is written by William Shakespeare. This is a play based on a historical event led by the tragedy of the Roman leader ,Caesar, who was killed by his disloyal friends. Within this passage, Brutus and a group of conspirators gathered together upon the action to betrayal Caesar and take over the city Rome. In addition, they all believed that Caesar did not deserve the throne and they had to destroy him. At Caesar’s funeral both Brutus and Antony created heartfelt speeches in order to persuade the flustered citizens of Rome. However, I can conclude that the logos, pathos, and ethos in Antony's speech was much more persuadable than Brutus's unfavorable speech.

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