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In Shakespeares Julius Caesar the character I found to be interesting was Marcus Brutus As a conspirator against Julius Caesar and a tragic hero in the end his characteristics were ones that I thought were admirable Brutus is a complicated and dynamic character because he is easily manipulated he vacillates between being indecisive and decisive and he proves himself to be an honorable man First because he sees everyone else as if they were as honorable as he is Brutus is easily manipulated In Act I Scene II Brutus is convinced by Cassius that Brutus is much better than the overpowering Caesar Cassius tells him that where many of the best in Rome except immortal Caesar speaking of Brutus and groaning underneath this ages yoke have wished that noble Brutus had his eyes line 59-62 Brutus starts to take this into consideration by responding If it be aught toward the general good set honor in one eye and death i the other and I will look on both indifferently line 85-87 In this scene Brutus is easily convinced that the people of Rome honor his name Another example is in Act III Scene I when the conspirators had killed Caesar Antony pretended to be an ally of theirs but instead he secretly planned to strike back Brutus who is completely fooled tells Antony Our hearts of brothers temper do recieve you n with all kind of love good thoughts and reverence line 174-176 Brutus had trusted Antony who in turn backstabs Brutus Next Brutus is a dynamic character because in the beginning he is indecisve and then in the end he turns decisive In Act II Scene I Brutus is in a conflict with his innerself by facing a crucial decision either to continue living under the tyranny of Caesar or to kill Caesar and thus
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