31 march 2015
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. Brutus and Cassius were NOT the honorable men throughout the this story. But, as the story processes on, a twist occurs within Caesars last chance of showing he was a good man indeed. As Mark Antony is giving his opinion on Caesar, he shows that both, Brutus and Caesar are honorable men in many different ways. Antony uses a very clear show of verbal irony as he's reading the will of Caesar. As Antony is giving his opinion on Caesar he mention about three reasons why Caesar was a good kind for Rome. Including how Brutus as well is another good person to run Rome, and save them. Within these three things will be mentioning, and writing paragraphs for each one of them. But these are the statements in which shows how Caesar is a good king, and very honorable in mine, and sure as many of others eyes. "The noble Brutus hath told you Caesar was ambitious, it were so, it was a grievous fault" (PG. 955. Lines: 7982". "Did this in Caesar seem ambitious When the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept; ambition should be made of sterner stuff." (PG. 955. Lines: 9194) all in the speech by Antony about Caesars will. Within these three points I have stated above, I will prove that Caesar should have been the king within in this, and why Brutus shouldn't have been given the role he has claimed. "The noble Brutus hath told you Caesar was ambitious, it were so, it was a grievous fault" (PG. 955. Lines: 7982". means that the noble Brutus told him that Caesar was ambitious. Even if that was actually true, it's such a serious and committed fault. And Caesar must have to pay serious for it. With the permission of Brutus and the others. But, in that it doesn't say much on how he was such a great man, or how Brutus was either. It shows that even if you're ambitious, it's not such a good thing, and suddenly you will be faulted ...
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