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Brutus as Tragic Hero

Summary: Essay shows how Brutus is the tragic hero instead of Caesar in the play "Julius Caesar."
In contrary to many of us who think that Caesar is the tragic hero, I chose Brutus as my tragic hero from the play. The Tragedy of Caesar, by William Shakespeare, as English poet during the Elizabethan period, portrays a true history of the assassination of Caesar. Caesar, the ruler of Rome, was assassinated for his suspicious ambitions. Brutus can be a tragic hero because he died with considerable self dignity, sacrifices, and a tragic end. Brutus was a philosopher and an idealist who sought for Rome's freedom. After all he did for Rome, Brutus had to end his life in a tragic end. Having sacrificed friendship and love, he even committed suicide in hope to save Rome. Brutus was naive and did not understand human nature because he was too consumed in nobility. Brutus was well known to the roman people for his nobility.

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