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    Caesar’s funeral was not typical. Immediately after Mark Antony’s speech, the citizens tears turned into turmoil. The day of madness arrived when Mark Antony pounded the hearts of the Romans with regret. Mark Antony is not a responsible speaker because he misuses the three means of persuasion: ethos, pathos and logos. Antony managed to master the use of emotion, subtlety and logic. By deceiving, misleading and manipulating his audience, Mark Antony successfully accomplishes convincing the…

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    A noble person expresses high and respectable moral principles and ideals. Mark Antony was one of the noblest, maybe even the most noble man, in Rome at the time. In the beginning of this Shakespearean play, Mark Antony is portrayed as an aristocrat. Shakespeare wrote of Mark Antony with great respect and wrote of him as a loyal friend of Caesar’s. In the beginning of reading this story, I perceived Mark Antony as a respectable man. However, I also portrayed Caesar as a respectable and…

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    evaluate their personalities and actions to come to a voting decision. However, what if there was an election with Marcus Brutus and Mark Antony as the candidates for President of Rome? In many ways, Mark Antony would be a more ideal candidate for the stated title. For one thing, Mark Antony is extremely loyal, not only to Caesar, but also to the citizens of Rome. Secondly, Antony has a capability of getting things done logically and systematically, which is needed in any administration. And…

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    In Julius Caesar after Caesar is killed by the conspirators, there is a gathering. During this gathering, Brutus and Mark Antony both give speeches on behalf of their belief of whether Caesar should have been killed or not. Based on the arguments presented by Brutus and Mark Antony, it is clear that Antony’s speech was more convincing. Though Antony did have a better speech overall, Brutus’ ethos argument was stronger. At the beginning of his speech he states, “Believe me for mine honor, and…

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    authority; therefore, choices and ideas begin to go beyond extremities. Effective leadership is represented through various qualities. Having self-direction is a major quality of a leader. Mark Antony is able to direct effectively and powerfully, get things done, and calm himself when angered. When Mark Antony finds Caesar’s wounded body lying before the conspirators, he reacts calmly:”I doubt not of your wisdom. Let each man render me his bloody hand” (3.1.1405-6). This reaction gives him the…

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    Following Julius Caesar’s assassination in 44 B.C.E., Mark Antony assumed his position of authority in the state of Rome. However, in the same year Gaius Octavius, the chosen heir and grandnephew of Caesar, complicated Antony’s plan to obtain and hold the power in Rome. Gaius Octavius, or Octavian, came to Rome after hearing the news of Caesar’s death, as he was left an inheritance from Caesar and came to receive it. Competition with Antony for the rule of Rome, caused him to make unjust and…

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    Caesar did not care about them. Suddenly Mark Antony walked out the capitol with Caesar body. Everyone was stung and shocked. Brutus left with nothing to say. Mark Antony started to say ,”friends and Roman i came to bury Caesar not to praise him but , Caesar was an friend of Antony. Antony told the people that Brutus is an honourable man. Antony Told the people that brutus was lying. Suddenly the people and Antony went to war with Brutus.Final Mark Antony and Caesar people won the war against…

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    assassinated by the people he thought of as his friends. Marcus Brutus, was one of the conspirators of Caesar’s death, despite being his best friend. Mark Antony, Caesar’s companion, seeks revenge and plots Brutus’ and Cassius’, another conspirator, demise. At the end of the play, Brutus and Cassius commit suicide as they lost the war against Octavius and Antony. In the play, there are different themes, interesting characters, and an excellent use of rhetorical devices. There are multiple themes…

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    Caesar were living and die all slaves,". I think his speech was to make the people believe that killing Caesar was the right thing to do and by saying how much he loved Caesar would make the people think that it was the right thing to do. When Mark Antony gave his speech you could tell he was very upset when the plebeians started commenting on how red his eyes were, he convinced the people that what Brutus did was wrong while at the same time seeming like he was okay with it. Brutus's speech…

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    two speeches regarding the same topic that are presented to the public. Both Mark Antony and Brutus delivered speeches after the death of Julius Caesar, consisting of their opinion and explanation of what has happened and why, for the needs of the Roman people. Both of the speeches have a very distinct and different purpose, and appealed to different mental senses of the crowd (Ethos, Logos, and Pathos). As Mark Antony 's words were favored and followed, riots broke out and Rome was…

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