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Mark Antony It is human nature to change ones personality to fit the situation People behave differently when speaking to a dignitary that when talking to a friend Over time one can change due to a loss or gain of power sometimes for the better or worse In Julius Caesar for example Mark Antony goes through several changes Mark Antony loved Julius Caesar yet when he passed away Mark Antony swears vengeance and ultimately is corrupted by the power of running a country At the beginning of the play Antony is harmless and extremely loyal to Julius Caesar Mark Antony is about to run a race but When Caesar says Do this it is performed It is almost as if Mark Antony is only a puppet to Julius Caesar He is being respectful of his leader yet it seems as if he is fearful of him While Caesar does not realize Mark Antonys potential Brutus underestimates him Brutus refers to Rome as a body and Caesar as the head yet To cut the head off and then hack the limbs would be killing Mark Antony If the head of something was shot there is no need to try to shoot the heart Julius Caesar is concerned about his well-being for good reason Casca has been speaking in low tones and Caesar would Have men about me that are fat because he feels that they can be trusted easier Caesar trusts Mark Antony as his closest confidant due to the fact that they have been like brothers all their lives A conspiracy is planned Caesar is killed and Mark Antony becomes a skillful planning and vengeful manipulator When Caesar dies Mark Antony has Fled to his house amazed because one of his closest friends has been killed The conspirators have judged Antony to be a coward and therefore do not respect him He sends his servant to see if it is safe to speak with
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