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So is my horse An Overview of Antonys Character In Shakespeares Play Julius Caesar For a quick witty double crossing politician Antony is still known for a masker and a revealer In III you thought that the death of Caesar made this act the turning point or could it have been the public stand off between Antony and Brutus to show that Antony is the true hero of the play Antony with the strong power of rhetoric depicts the meaning of an honorable man in front of a hostile mob in IIIii Antony has strengths to show himself worthy enough of dictatorship but with the conspirators Brutus and Cassius in his way he joins with Octavius and Lepidus to help defeat them With the power struggle getting stronger Antony agrees with Octavius to only use Lepidus as a property But with the flaws of wanting to much like any other man greed gets the best of him Antony as the Epicurean shows many good virtues to fit a true male hero Antony shows his witty side in IIIi with just the death of Caesar his most valiant friend he knows right away things have become hostile In knowing this instead of jeopardizing his life he sends a servant to make sure it is safe for him to enter the capitol After Brutus informs Antony indirectly that he shall depart untouched the ground is clear for Antony to make his political move When he first enters the capitol building he doesnt even acknowledge the conspirators by taking his attention right to Caesars dead body by saying O mighty Caesar After talking to Caesars slaughtered body he offers his body to die with Caesar to show that he is willing to follow them if they wish With this Brutus denies his offer and wants Antony not to look at the bleeding business but he welcomes Antony with open arms Cassius then agrees with Brutus
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