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The speeches In the story Julius Caesar two mean with two different beliefs come to the same crowd to share their story and to bring forth their cause Both of their speeches brought passion and true conviction Taking the crowd to all extremes the favor was with Brutus until Antony came to the podium Antonys speech swayed the crowd in such a way the crowd turns into a mad chanting to kill the conspirorators When Brutus comes out to confront the crowd he addresses his speech to everyone Romans countrymen and lovers hear me for my cause and be silent that you may hear298 When he starts his speech and is presenting it to the people of Rome he sounds believable and trustworthy He tells of that Not that I lovd Caesar less but that I lovd Rome more298 He wants the People of Rome to know that if this were not to happen to Caesar then you all will live like slaves298 Caesar was ambitious and that is why he must be killed Since he is dead you all can be freemen Free to live your lives without Caesar but under the control of a new leader In the speech of Antony he addresses the people of Rome He defends the noble Brutus Brutus is an honorable man300 so if he tells of Caesar being ambitious then you all should believe him He expresses to everyone the reasons and times as he was ambitious300 Everything had a reason and truth behind it and for this is why they believed Antony For Antony himself was an honorable man301 Brutus and Antony express several different points of views in there speeches points that show a lot about their characters in the Julius Caesar Brutus is very loyal to Rome and is an honest man By killing Caesar and his ambitions he believes that that it will help Rome tremendously His speeches show
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