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Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare is without a doubt an utter tragedy It contains disloyalty betrayal and corruption Each character plays a specific role in this play The most complex character is Marcus Brutus Brutus being the backbone of the assassination and Caesars best friend takes the position of the tragic hero Others do not initially think of Brutus as a threat His Honor nobility loyal patriotism and nave manner combine to become Julius Caesars tragic hero Honor is a primary feature of Brutus His admiration is evident in many of his dramatic speeches and proclamations He illustrates his honor by ranking it higher to death If it aught toward the general good set honor in one eye and death I the otheras I love the name of honor more than I fear death III He is willing to die for the benefit of Rome Brutus strives to prove his nobility to practically everyone He chooses death over living with guilt of the assassination and the inevitable loss of battle He embraces his tragic fall with final words Caesar now be still I killd not thee with half so good a will Vv By means of this statement he makes peace with Caesars ghost and everyone realizes his dignity Accordingly even his enemies become conscious of his true reputation Antony praises Brutus after his death despite his former hate This was the noblest Roman of them all All the conspirators save only he Did that they did in envy of great Caesar He only in a general honest though And common good to all made one of them His life was gentle and the elements So mixd in him that Nature might stand up And say to all the world This was a man Vv Sadly only the significance of Brutuss death brought the acknowledgment of his temperament Coinciding with his decency is Brutuss loyal patriotism He knows of his exceeding devotion and
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