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Searching for the window for a flint I found This paper thus sealed up and I am sure It did not lie there when I went to bed 2136-38 these are the words that lead to Brutus discovering the forged letters by Cassius which become the final push he will need to becoming a conspiratorBrutus the nave hero of the Shakespearian play Julius Caesar was in the wrong when he joined the scheme to murder his beloved friend Caesar Although he was tricked by the cunning Cassius Brutus should have had stronger will power to just say no instead he reluctantly shook the hands of the men who would soon assist in the murder of Caesar the God This is discovered when the men arrive at Brutuss home with their hats plucked about their ears And half their faces buried in their cloaks 2173-74 Brutus can also be deemed erroneous when he adheres to become a part of the plot because he has doubts about his decisions which are exemplified when he states Caesar now be still I killed not thee with hath so good a will 5550-52 This line can be interpreted in many different ways but really it means that killing himself is something he wants to do more than he ever wanted to kill Caesar death will be Brutuss penance for his most grievous deedBrutuss part in the assassination is motivated by his sense of honor which entails him to place the good of Rome above his own personal interests or feelings therefore he schemes against Caesar in order to preserve the republic even though he loves and admires him On the other hand Cassius the declared antagonist of the play is opportunistic he is motivated to murder Caesar for his own selfish wants not the needs of Rome Cassius acts effectively but lacks integrity as he does whatever it takes to become the ruler of Rome
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