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In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Brutus was portrayed as a man of high principles and virtue He joins the conspirators with their plan to kill Caesar for the good of Rome On the other hand Cassius is moved by jealousy He wants to Caesar dead out of revenge of a man who does not like him He is jealous of Caesars glory and power Therefore Brutus is portrayed as the noblest Roman Brutus believes in his morals and ideals and they run his life to an extent He is perhaps the only man in the story who is not moved by personal gain For let the gods so speed me as I love the name of honor more than I fear death Brutus acts with the conspirators only for what he considers the best interests of Rome Brutus weighs every decision he makes according to his morals and standards He believes that reason and logic rule the world in which people can be affected by sound reasoning He is very honorable but he still is not prepared for the corruption in the world He cant believe that anyone would take action without reasoning the effects that could take place Brutus cant see motives that are less noble then is own Well Brutus though art noble yet I see thy honorable mettle may be wrought from that it is disposed therefore it is meet tat noble minds keep ever with their likes for who so from that cannot be seduced Brutus makes two very grave mistakes because of his high principles he lets Antony live and worse yet he lets him speak at the funeral of Caesar He doesnt stir up the emotion that the people were looking for when Antony did But even though Brutus joined the conspirators he felt so much remorse for what he had done that he had dreams of Caesars ghost coming to him In the end
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