Analyzing The Death Of The Courageous And Brave Brutus Of Julius Caesar

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The Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca wrote: “No one dies a death not his own. In addition, you may ponder this in your mind: no one dies on a day not his own. You lose nothing From your own span of time, for what you do leave behind is another’s” (Epistle 69.6). Seneca, one of the pillars from whom the essence of stoicism and its virtues were glorified, one might contemplate behind the meaning of such a direct yet a thoughtful saying. Perhaps the best approach to examine such a powerful statement is through a direct correlation to a literary piece that reflect upon the credibility of Seneca’s word, and what a better analysis to examine other than the brilliant work of William Shakespeare. analyzing the death of the insightful and brave Brutus of Julius Caesar. Mark Antony and Cleopatra the dual lovers from Antony and Cleopatra. Each of these literary figures had a symbolic attribute associated with each one them, so uniquely placed upon them until their dying moment. Yet when we look deeply within their final moments prior to their death, their true individuality is seen in its purest form, perhaps Seneca’s famous claim puts an emphasis on our last moments and how it brings about the true intellect that lies within, thus concluding our final attitude present a clear image of how we will be remembered for the rest of our lives and beyond. William Shakespeare’s introduces Brutus as a Symbol of collective and calm thinker who is applauded for his bravery and servitude…

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