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In the Shakespearean tragedy Julius Caesar was written to inform the audiences about the assassination of Julius Caesar Julius Caesar is the main character of the story He is also the character that treasures friendship the most Friendship is the center of any orderly world If people are disloyal to each other only disasters will come out of the situation In this tragedy it is very clear what will happen when friends are disloyal to each other They end up stabbing you in the back On the Ides of March as Caesar was assassinated Caesars last line is Et tu Brute--Then fall CaesarAct 3 scene 1 This shows that Caesar would have not die without Brutus stab Caesar realizes that there must be a good reason for this assassination if Brutus was in it This again shows how much Caesar respects Brutus Since Brutus loved Rome moreAct 3 scene 2 he decided to be a part of the conspiracy If he hadnt loved Rome more than Caesar he would not have joined in the assassination of Julius Caesar Cassius and the rest of the conspirators chose Brutus to join them and head the conspiracy because they knew how much Brutus was respected by the people and the people would think that if Brutus killed Caesar there was a good reason for it Though Brutus believed he was just in his cause he really wasnt The conspirator Cinna forged letter to Brutus The first line read Brutus thou sleepst Awake and see thyself2146 Brutus interpreted this to be from all of Rome telling him to slay Caesar After the assassination of Julius Caesar Brutus talks to Antony about Caesars death Our hearts you see not they are pitiful and pity to the general wrong of RomeAct 3 scene 1 Brutus says that Antony cannot see their members of the conspiracy hearts which are full of pity Again this shows how Brutus loved Caesar
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