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Comparing and Contrasting the Speeches of Mark Antony and Brutus

Summary: This essay compares and contrasts the speeches of Mark Antony and Brutus from the book "Julius Caesar" by Shakespeare.
Brutus and Antony are two different people, and because of this they have two different beliefs. On the matter of Caesar, they disagree and turn towards the people to help them out. Brutus's speech is first and then Antony's. Both are convincing but one will prevail over the other.

Shakespeare wrote in a way that was hard for some people to comprehend. In order to better understand why the people wanted to kill the conspirators, you have to properly be familiar with the speeches made by Brutus and Antony. Brutus's speech was able to persuade the plebeians into thinking that the conspirators killed Caesar for the good of Rome. In that speech, Brutus tells the crowd that Caesar was too ambitious of a man and that he would have made slaves out of the people of Rome. They believed Brutus and believed in what he said, that is...

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