Things like killing the ruler of Rome and throwing the whole empire into turmoil. For their argument they argued that because they loved Rome so much, that is why they had to kill Caesar because they could not have a ruler over Rome. Their forefathers had fought for the freedom and republic of Rome and they even killed a guy who tried to be ruler. Brutus and Cassius had the right idea in trying to protect the republic but they didn’t think it through enough and that is where their plan failed. Caesar was given a crown three times and the people wanted him to have it, but all three times he rejected it to look good in front of the people.
I think that Antony is up to something. Antony tries to get the crowd to support him, by making Brutus look disloyal. I just knew that Antony couldn’t be trusted. Now we have killed him. I just hope that the other conspirators can see it my way.
He starts out by adressing them as "friends" because he wants to come to them as a friend rather than a ruler trying to get power . He then uses a false disclaimer when he says " I come to bury Caesar , not to praise him " , as he will in fact praise Caesar . Later on , he counters what brutus says by providing that Caesar was not ambitious .He repeats 'honorable' so often inregards to brutus and the others , that to the crowd it starts to mean the opposite . The crowd are swayed to him by his dramatics , His underhanded way of making a point and his compelling proof for caesar's concern "the will" . They find it easily to accept him as an emotional and sincere speaker
He greatly fears that “the people// [will] choose Caesar for their king” (I.ii.78-79). However, within Brutus’s wrong decisions lie his honorable thoughts and purposes. He presumes to “make// [their] purpose necessary and not envious” (II.i.177-178). Brutus implies that only murderers act out of jealousy, but honorable ones act out of honesty and justice. Influenced by the belief of Brutus disliking Caesar, some may think that the idea of assassinating Caesar is for selfish reasons, or that Brutus has a personal enmity against Caesar.
Many of them dislike him through jealousy; only a handful detests him fearing that he will be a tyrant. To assess Caesar’s personality in a correct perspective, it is necessary to keep this background in mind. In the unfolding events of the tragedy, we can see the various elements of Caesar’s character, ranging from his love to his wife and friends to his boastful vanity and arrogance which ultimately pave the way for his own end. Caesar disliked Contemplation of the sequence of events, as unfolding in the play, may be a decent approach for this evaluation. In the opening scene, workers come out on the streets, without going for work, to see Caesar returning to Rome in triumph over Pompey.
82 B.C. It was Julius Caesar of the Roman Empire that started the seemingly endless war between the mythic creatures of Dacia and the humans of Rome. 86 A.D. I as general led the militia to ravage Moesia and kill their worthless governor. My first battle.
Julius Caesar Persuasive Essay In the book Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, the character Brutus helps his friend Cassius in killing Julius Caesar. When he does, many people think of him as a horrible person. Mark Antony, one of Caesar’s close friends, tries to get Brutus killed because he helped in Caesar’s murder. Then, Brutus starts to feel uneasy about the murder, and then he sees Caesar’s ghost the night before a big battle. He tries to persuade himself that it was just his imagination, and he then heads off to Philippi the morning after for the big battle.
His next wife was Statilia Messalina, whose first husband Nero had executed. In 68 AD, the Gallic and Spanish legions, along with the Praetorian Guards, rose against Nero and he fled Rome. The senate declared him a public enemy and he committed suicide on 9 June 68 AD. Disputes over his succession led to civil war in Rome. Nero.
It was fought in a huge battle and Pompey was defeated in the end and his camp was destroyed. He himself having been put to flight, sought Alexandria, in order to receive reinforcements from the king of Egypt to whom he had been given as a tutor by the senate because of his young age. He having followed fortune instead of friendship killed Pompey, and sent his head and ring to Caesar. With this having been seen, gazing upon the head of so great a man and of once his former son-in-law, Caesar is even said to have poured tears. The Death of Caesar and the rise of Octavian Then
Rease May Mrs.Clark/Mrs.Taylor English II Dec 10. 2013 Rhetorical Strategy Here Julius Caesar’s cold body lay. The great Caesar has been slain by his “loyal” friends. Brutus tries to explain that the death of Caesar was for the good of Rome because he became too ambitious while Antony tries to explain subtlety that Caesar was not ambitious and that it was the conspirator’s ambition that had slain Caesar. Both Brutus and Antony delivered great eulogies to Caesar, but Marc Antony’s was more persuasive to the crowds of Rome.