Brutus And Antony's Speech Analysis

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The play “Julius Caesar” explained two men named Brutus and Antony who both presented speeches in front of their town with different meanings about the assassination of Caesar. Antony had to ask Brutus for permission to speak at Caesar’s funeral. His despairing emotion and speech drawed the crowds special attention. Antony speech does not show any praise of caesar but does show sympathy and memorable memories that caesar did for his town. This whole situation sums a complete catastrophe. If Caesar was still living he would not allow the citizens of his village have freedom and be enslaved. Antony’s speech was more effective because it gave a positive meaning to the citizens. He begin to express his emotions about Caesar and his thoughts …show more content…
Antony showed remorse and a bit of happiness saying his speech at Caesar’s funeral. Happiness came from him describing his Captain (Caesar) as a person. Reciting memories and good times they shared. Although, he didn’t praise Caesar is his speech as he reminded the crowd in his speech “I came to bury Caesar, not praise him.” Antony still shows he loves Caesar by saying “My heart is in the coffin there with Caesar, and I must pause till it come back to me.” Antony was also a politician of Rome as well. Antony’s speech allowed the crowd to turn against the conspirators allow him to have the power and authority. Antony’s speech also corrupted an altercation with the village and enemies. After Antony’s speech was delivered to the citizens of Rome, the civil war immediately begun. Antony continues to say that was very loyal to Caesar as a friend and a dictator, Antony intends to flatter Brutus and to work upon those personal qualities of Brutus that represent moral strengths, but that are also fundamental weaknesses when dealing with a more generous and well-minded …show more content…
Before Antony’s speech, the crowd calls the deceased Caesars names and acknowledge Brutus as if he was their savior. Brutus ask the crowding a very common-sensed question whether if they didn’t loved Rome and freedom, majority of the crowd answered no. Immediately after the crowd answered the risky question Caesar had to be immediately killed. What Antony did for his own good and maybe others explained that he is a calm man who allows common sense to answer his questions and others as well. Antony does not seek action with resisting Caesar’s murder but his words spoke a bit louder if he were to act on the situation. Brutus is of course a “good man of Rome” but the decisions he chooses and ideas that come to his mind aren’t as reasonable and necessary as

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