Julius Caesar (play) Essay | A Character Analysis of Brutus

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A Character Analysis of Brutus

Summary: Discusses William Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar. Provides a character analysis of Brutus. Explores why he is a memorable character.
In all stories, there are characters whose roll in the plot defines the very essence of the story. The impressions these characters make on the other characters and more importantly, the readers can change the way the story is viewed. In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, the characterization of Brutus gives the reader an impression of the man to last a life time. Essentially, Brutus becomes a vital role in this age-old story.

When the reader first gets to know the man, Brutus, one instantly views him as naïve. The way he is easily manipulated by Cassius is dumbfounding. He believes all the stories told to him even if the truth may have been exaggerated. He allows Cassius to get in his head and tell him that there is nothing better about Caesar's name (36). Cassius also believes that everyone is in if for the good of...

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