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In literature writers portray the changing of people throughout writing In The Tragedy of Julius Cesar the character Cassius is a good example of this In The Tragedy of Julius Cesar written by William Shakespeare Cassiuss character is always changing in the since of his power and attitude Cassius is in high power towards the beginning of the play in the beginning Cassius is making the decisions about what to do about Cesar and how to conspire against him As they get deeper into the play Cassius wants to make a pact and Brutus steps in and says no All of the conspirators listen to Brutus instead of Cassius At this point the power starts shifting more to Brutus Finally when Antony and Octavious are deciding what plan to use to attack they choose Brutus even though Cassiuss plan was much better in the end Words before blows Act V scene 1 Also Cassius attitude changes When Cassius and Brutus are first together Cassius just wants Brutus as a conspirator because he can easily get to Cesar Later in the play Cassius starts getting nicer to Brutus and thinks of him more as a friend rather than just using him for something Brutus tells Cassius about Portias death and Cassius sincerely cared for him This is when his attitude really starts changing From then on Cassius really treats Brutus like a friend In The Tragedy of Julius Cesar written by William Shakespeare Cassiuss character is always changing in the since of his power and attitude It is apparent how Cassiuss attitude has changed throughout the play and it has changed for the good of him
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