The Credibility Of Brutus In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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Brutus is at large with the decision of killing Caesar. He contradicts himself in a way because although he is friends with Caesar he is also concerned about the well being for this country. His respectable stature gives the readers insight to him choice. This is difficult however because his moral values leave room for a naive side of him that makes it easy for people to be deceitful to him.

Brutus is known for his honorable and noble characteristics. This leaves the readers to wonder if the plot to kill Caesar is out of spite or if his morals are telling him to protect Rome. There was no intention for Brutus to betray Caesar, in fact, he said that it was for the good of Rome. There was a yearn for Brutus to keep his reputation and he believed

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