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Cassius being the very sly person that he is uses all the tricks in the bag to get Brutus to join the conspiracy Cassius wants to have Brutus become part of the conspiracy because Brutus is thought of highly and is liked by almost all of the common people This is true because his ancestors rid Rome of the last kings This was a great deed because those kings were very cruel Brutus is very idealistic and although he loves Caesar he loves Rome more and will even kill to do what is best for Rome Cassius uses ways such as flattery making things up to tell him or to give him He uses reverse psychology and many other techniques that finally convince Brutus to join the conspiracy Cassius main technique to win Brutus over to be part of the conspiracy is flattery When you first see Cassius talking to Brutus he says Tell me good Brutus can you see your face In this conversation they are talking about the nobility of Caesar and Brutus Cassius seeks to plant the idea that Caesar is getting too powerful and will create a problem for the good of Rome This is merely to get Brutus thinking rather than actually asking him to join or even hinting that they are planning to kill Caesar Cassius also speaks to remind Brutus of how much he is liked by the Romans To this Brutus answers him Into what dangers would you lead me Cassius That you would have me see into myself For that which is not in me At this point in time Brutus suspects something and in the quote is asking If he can not see himself why are you interested and what would Cassius have me do Cassius has now successfully prompted Brutus to think Julius Caesar 12 line 51 Later in that meeting Cassius again and again hints at how well Brutus is
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