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Julius Caesar Throughout Julius Caesar Brutuss actions have very extensive ramifications I wish to review his actions and the motivating factors behind those actions I intend to prove that Brutus had a strong and well grounded personae He had good intentions however he made one fatal mistake and that was his downfall He had many positive qualities I wish to bring these to the light and delve into how they affected the plot Brutus is a very sincere man He truly believes that his role in Cassiuss assassination plot is for the good of Rome and her citizens This becomes very apparent when he says But for the general He would be crownd How that might change his nature theres the question Act 2 Scene 1 Lines 12-14 This truly innocent way of thinking allows him to be persuaded by Cassius to go against Caesar He is also an honest man He refuses to take a bribe in lines 75-78 of Act 4 Scene 3 By any indirection I did send to you for gold to pay my legions which you denied me was that done like Cassius This is an honesty that gained him the respect of the people Brutus was a naive man as well Sincerity is often misconstrued as being naive however I will treat each as a separate characteristic Brutuss naive spirit is mostly shown not in one single action but in the overall willingness he has to believe that those around him are essentially good Only be patient till we have appeased the multitude beside themselves with fear and then we will deliver you the cause why I that did love Caesar when I struck him have thus proceeded Act 3 Scene 1 Lines 179-183 And also when he said So fare you well at once for Brutus tongue hath almost ended his lifes history night hangs upon mine eyes my bones would rest Act 5 Scene 5
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