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    The speech Mark Antony gives after the death of Caesar in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar is an exceptional example of a persuasive speech. In the speech Antony gives he uses several effective techniques to get the reaction he wants out of a very biased and stunned crowd. The words in the speech demonstrate logic, passive language, and emotional responses which are used to lead the crowd to hunting down Brutus and the other assasssins the killed Caesar. Antony, in his speech, mentioned several…

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    Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Mark Antony turned a crowd of mourning citizens to an angry mob. Antony turned this crowd into an angry mob through multiple persuasive devices. Brutus and the other conspirators thought they were killing Caesar for the good of Rome, but Antony and other ideas. He wanted to discreetly show the crowd of Romans who the conspirators actually were to him, a group of murderers. In order to persuade the people to not have sympathy for the Conspirators, Antony showed them…

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    The Roman politician and general Mark Antony, in his soliloquy following the death of Roman Emperor Julius Caesar, conveys to the reader a message of agony over the death of his leader and a promise that Caesar’s death will be avenged. He offered his soliloquy immediately following a promise to Brutus and Cassius that he would praise Caesar at his funeral, but withhold any criticism of Brutus and Cassius for murdering Caesar. Antony’s purpose is to reveal his true emotions regarding Caesar’s…

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    Many in the play were greedy for power and caused them to make drastic decisions to get git. Brutus, Julius Caesar, Mark Antony, and etc. for some reason or another the men desired or thrived off of power. Whether by manipulation or brute force power was always something someone was trying to achieve. Julius Caesar already had power over the people of rome. This power added…

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    Caesar by Shakespeare. I believe that Mark Antony is the most honorable character in the play. I also believe that Cassius is the most corrupt character in the play. I believe that Mark Antony had several qualities of honor. A few examples of how he was honorable include how he displayed loyalty to Caesar, and how he was good with his words. Antony displayed loyalty by listening to Caesar. If Caesar asked for something to be done, it was indeed done. Antony was very good with words in reason…

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    Throughout Shakespear's Julius Caesar, the reader learns a lot about the characters and their many flaws. During this play, the audience can really understand who the characters are. One character that stands out is Brutus. The audience learns of Brutus' unloyalness, unpracticalness, and pridefulness as the plot unfolds within the work. It is within the play that we see the real Brutus as he claims to love his "friend", Caesar, but brutally kills him "for the bettermnt of Rome." One quality of…

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    Fate Two main characters, Brutus and Antony, deliver moving speeches to the general public that changed favor within the people. Brutus intended to convince the people that Caesar was inevitably going to turn into a tyrant. Antony focused on demonstrating that Caesar was a friend and that Brutus' actions can never be justified. Brutus used the rhetorical device ethos more specifically his credibility to persuade his audience. While Antony used the rhetorical device pathos more…

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    In the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar he was betrayed by those he thought he could of trusted. Caesar died when he was stabbed to death by the conspirators one of who was named Brutus. Caesar also knew a person named Mark Antony who was a great friend of his. Both of these peole made speeches at Caesar's funeral. They were almost on the same page of what they were taking about, but not quite there. In Brutus speech that was given that day of the funeral he talks about that goods things that…

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    of loyalty present. Several different characters are loyal to one another or their country, while other characters are not loyal at all. This may go for Brutus or Cassius, as they often manipulate and betray each other. While other characters like Antony will fight to the death to prove his loyalty to Caesar. Loyalty shown in the play may have possibly foreshadowed the success of some characters and led to the manipulation and downfall of others. Because…

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    allies flocked Octavian in hopes he would reunite the Roman troops against Julius Caesar’s rival Mark Antony but…

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