Comparison Of Brutus And Mark Antony In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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Since the death of Julius Caesar in Act III, the play has took a tremendous turn. All of

Caesar so called "friends" turned against him because of what they thought was a corrupt ruler,

in my opinion wasn 't the case. All the reasons why they thought Caesar was so horrible took a

turn once they read his will. He left his money to the people and left all of his private areas

around Rome, to be public for everyone to enjoy. Since the conspirators decision to kill Caesar,

Rome has been in a frantic spiral that seems to not be going away.

Given that Caesar is dead, there is no set leader. So two men are competing for the

position of leading Rome; Brutus and Mark Antony. They both gave speeches at Caesar 's funeral

to get the people of Rome 's
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These alliances has caused much drama in Rome. Armies are

forming and people are dying, these are just a few things that have been happening.

In Act 4 scene II-III starts off in Brutus ' camp near Sardis. Brutus and others are met by

Titinius and Pindarus. They came to tell Brutus that Cassius is on his way to talk with him.

Brutus says that he is looking forward to finding out Cassius 's reasoning for coming. Pindarus

tells Brutus that he should find his reasoning satisfying. That 's when Lucillius comes to tell

Brutus that Cassius has arrived with his soldiers. Brutus then goes out of his tent to greet

Cassius. Once Brutus goes out goes to meet Cassius and to find out his reasoning, he is taken

back by his answer. Cassius bluntly states that Brutus has done him wrong. Brutus was taken

back by his comment because he states that he 's not even unjust with his enemies, so for him to

have done something wrong is impossible (Lit Charts). They continue to argue until, Brutus

suggested that they go inside his tent so their soldiers won 't see them fighting, and they

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