Brutus Vs Antony Speech Analysis

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After Caesar’s death, Brutus and Antony both gave speeches about the reason why Caesar is dead. Brutus’s speech seemed short and did not explain a lot. He only made one or two arguments that the majority of people agreed with Antony conducted a long speech full of detail and; in addition, emotion that captured Rome’s citizens’ attention. During Antony’s speech, he cried which I am sure made his audience feel his pain of losing their emperor. Antony allowed his audience to feel a sense of grief and a time of mourning over their newly dead emperor.
Brutus would be seen as a betrayer when he lied to Rome’s citizens so that he was able to kill Caesar. In order to kill Caesar, he had to lie to the citizens by denying that he was ever going to attempt
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Brutus’s speech seemed short and did not explain a lot. His speech was very short compared to Antony’s long speech and hardly included any detail, which is something very important to making a claim to win over the people of Rome. He only made one or two arguments that the majority of people agreed with and; in addition, Antony conducted a long speech full of detail and emotion that captured Rome’s citizens’ attention. During Antony’s speech, he cried which I am sure made his audience feel his pain of losing their emperor. Antony allowed his audience to feel a sense of grief and a time of mourning over their newly dead …show more content…
He fought like he was Rome’s only hope. While Brutus was not scared of death, he showed that even a leader of an army like him must know when to accept defeat. At the Battle of Philippi, Brutus acted honorably, he fought bravely and died with dignity, saying that Caesar can now rest knowing the fact that his murderer is dead and that if he did not have to kill Caesar for the good of the nation, he would not have had to: “Farewell, good Strato. Caesar, now be still: I kill’d not thee with half so good a will.” (Julius Caesar. 5.5.282). He only committed suicide and acknowledged his loss when he knew the only way he would be going back to Rome is in shackles in addition; Brutus gave everything he had to Rome, his life was lost, his life’s life was lost, and his best friend’s life was lost. All that he had and all who he knew eventually belonged to Rome at one point or another. If Brutus really would do anything for Rome, then giving his life would be something honorable to

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