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Julius Caesar: The Persuasive Abilities of Mark Antony

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Julius Caesar. Analyzes the character of Mark Antony. Details Antony's persuasive oral abilities and compares his to those of Brutus.
In the book Julius Caesar by: William Shakespeare there are many characters that speak very well and are able to persuade multitudes of people. . These characters include Mark Anthony and Brutus. By using many phrases to persuade, the characters make people think the way they want them to think. They both are well speakers, but Anthony is clearly a better speaker than Brutus.

Brutus may have persuaded the crowd for some time by his usage of words. He uses phrases such as "not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more" (pg.117).

By saying that he only killed Caesar for the people he is making the people think that he cares for them. He is persuading the Romans in to thinking that he is not guilty of the murder.

But Anthony does not have to use those phrases. Anthony states the facts in order to...

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