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Brutus and His Mistakes

Summary: Essay discusses how Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" is about Brutus and the mistakes that he commits.
Brutus admires Caesar as a man and a friend, but fears him as a power because he was full of ambition. Brutus has always been a son to Rome with "the people thinking highly of him." Yet he fails to see Caesar's goodwill, Antonys' ambition, and the cruel intentions of the conspirators. This leads him to participate in a murder that was wrongly committed.

The conspirators' intentions were not to help the people of Rome, but to help themselves. They saw Caesar as a threat to their power and their ability to control the people. They use deception against Brutus in order for him to join their side even though he "who so firm that can not be seduced" fell to evilness that was engulfing him. Brutus was blinded by his own ego and caved into temptation. The conspirators convinced themselves that Caesar would be dictator and that...

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