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    her brother, had been murdered as well. In the year 41 B.C. the well-known Roman politician and general by the name of Mark Antony, arranged to have a meeting with Cleopatra. At the time, Mark Antony was in dire need of resources in order to successfully carry out his military campaign, as well as for his rivalry with Octavian. Upon the meeting between Cleopatra and Mark Antony, the two fell for each other and became allies while falling in…

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    Senate House. Mark Antony, who was Julius Caesar’s friend, was a given a chance to give a speech but he wasn’t allowed to talk bad about Julius Caesar’s killers. Mark Antony was infuriated by Julius Caesar’s death and wanted to strive for revenge and gain power for himself in Rome government. With his speech, Mark Antony used rhetorical questions and pathos to persuade the crowd into joining him defeat Brutus and Cassius. In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Mark Antony was given the…

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    Julius Caesar a guy by the name of Marc Antony convinces a whole crowd of people to revolt against their leader. In Germany Hitler did a similar thing, he turned the people to his radical side. They used persuasive speech and gave the people offers that caused them to be loyal to them. These two people proved that words are more powerful than weapons. Mark Antony had a tough job he had to give a speech after brutus had the crowd cheering for him. Antony starts to give his speech and he…

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    Mark Antony was a very known man and was respected by Julius Caesar. His name in Roman is Marcus Antonius but in English its Mark Antony. Antony was a man who never gave up and was a rebel when he needed to. Mark Antony was basically a weasel. He knew how to get around problems by manipulating people. Overall Mark Antony was the one to express himself the best in his speech, through his use of Repetition, Rhetorical Questions, and Parallel Structure. Throughout the speech, Mark Antony used a…

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    Caesar and Marc Antony, resulting in her being the most famous woman of classical antiquity. This eventually effectuated to her downfall as it is said that her beauty was what captivated Caesar and Antony. Foreign/Political Struggles - (Explain the Foreign/Political struggles that were present during Cleopatra’s youth): The Romans had political and economic dealings…

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    Despite both Mark and Brutus gave persuasive speeches, Mark had more examples to contradict Brutus’s points, while Brutus based his speech off unknown future events. In Mark Antony’s speech he used the rhetorical device logos to explain his logic and stated, “I thrice presented him a kingly crown, Which he did thrice refuse: was this ambitious?” (Stanza 3). There is proof within the quote that Caesar was not ambitious because he did not accept the crown. Mark also adds a rhetorical question to…

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    play says no, that Mark Antony shall die too, because he fears that Antony will try and seek revenge for Caesar's death (563.) Brutus, with the different ways of thinking than Cassius, says Mark Antony shall not die, because he thinks he is of no threat and all he can do is mourn…

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    Cleopatra Beauty

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    exhibited her charm, wit, and vast knowledge across many topics. Under this viewpoint, Cleopatra’s beauty did not lead to her success, but rather she achieved it through other means. A primary source, Plutarch, describes when Cleopatra first met Mark Antony. On her journey she took money, gifts, other objects of great wealth, as well as her most valuable trait: her charm. Plutarch states that her beauty was not so remarkable or outstanding, but rather her presence and state of being was…

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    is oft interred with their bones.” (Antony – 3.2. 82-85) This quote is the first part of Mark Antony’s speech, after the assassination of Julius Caesar, and after Brutus speech. Brutus gave a speech trying to explain to the people of Rome the reason why they killed Caesar, and according to him it was for the good of Rome because Caesar had became to ambitious. Brutus and the others conspirators only allowed Antony to speak after shake hands with them and Antony would not be allowed to speak…

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    Brutus gives a funeral speech, and then allows Mark Antony some time to speak as well. Mark Antony remains loyal to Caesar and questions…

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