Brutus and Julius Caesar are different characters but somewhat similar. Julius Caesar and Brutus are both rich. They are both well known to the people Caesar being the leader and Brutus is Caesar’s friend. Brutus is one of the main conspirators. Although he questions whether is it the right thing to murdering Caesar or not troubling his thoughts. Portia wanders why Brutus is troubled. “Brutus, my lord, make me acquainted with your cause of grief. It will not let you eat, nor talk, nor sleep.” In the end Brutus helps in the assassination of Caesar thinking it’s for the good of Rome.
Caesar fought Pompey and won becoming the leader of Rome. Although Pompey’s men angered by their loss Caesar is sure that nothing will happen to him. Caesar was given warning after warning that he was going to get murdered. Artemidorus, his wife’s dreams, The Storm, and Soothsayer all warned him that something was going to happen to him. Calpurnia trying to make him stay says. “What mean you, Caesar? Think you to walk forth? You shall not stir out of your house today.’’
Brutus and Caesar both do what they think is needed for Rome. Caesar and Brutus are both easily persuaded. Brutus was persuaded to kill Caesar. Caesar was persuade by Decius that his wife’s dream was of good. Decius says “Your statue spouting blood in many pipes signifies that from you great Rome shall suck reviving blood.” (Caesar Smiles at the idea.) I think Brutus is the true protagonist of the play. He is in the play longer than Caesar and his problems revolve around every one, Caesar, Cassius, the conspirators, his wife and then the ending of the story.
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