Was Julius Caesar Noble Or Noble

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Caesar once said, “Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar” as he watched his best friend stab him to death. Many people may argue that Brutus was a noble Roman. Brutus turns his back on Caesar by making people believe that Caesar was going to be an ambitious leader, when in fact Brutus was actually the one who was ambitious at the time. In this case Brutus was definitely not a noble Roman in a couple different ways. First of all, Brutus turned his back on Caesar, one of his best friends because he thought that Caesar was going to be ambitious and take the crown of Rome. In fact, Brutus is basically the one who was the most ambitious and wanting to have this type of power in his hands. Brutus was not a noble Roman at all. On the other hand, many would believe that Brutus is a noble Roman because he said he killed Caesar, his best friend to help the people of Rome. This is a good claim because Brutus turned his back on his best friend. …show more content…
For example, when Brutus is moving his troops he begins to think too quickly and get many of his men killed. Also, whenever Cassius wants to do something that would work in their advantage, Brutus always turns it down and gets many men killed. They did not think this plan through enough with just having a couple of days working it out. Hence all of this slipups in their plan. On the other hand, many people would say that Brutus was just reacting to everything that was going on in his life with Rome and that he was trying to keep all of his men alive and healthy because he thought he was doing the right thing for Rome when killing

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