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Julius Ceasar

Summary: Essay provides a discussion regarding William Shakespeare's "Julius Ceasar."
In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar Act 3 scene 2, Caesar, the grand ruler of Rome has been maliciously murdered by a secret society of conspirators piloted by Brutus, Caesar's long time friend and also Cassius, "the instigator of the conspiracy." Brutus claims that the great Caesar had a thirst for power, which would later on jeopardize the public's safety. Cassius warns Brutus not to let Marc Antony, Caesar's long time friend. Antony enters and says that Caesar has done nothing wrong but rather sought to make his kingdom better than it is currently. Antony achieves gaining the crowd's trust and avenging Caesar's death by using structure and order, emphasis of techniques, figurative language and tone.

Antony is mourning the loss of his friends Caesar. Caesar was supposed to follow guidelines, which Brutus has set for him when he is talking to the crowd. He wants to get back at the conspirators...

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