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Why Brutus Helps Kill Ceasar in "Julius Caesar"

Summary: Brutus participates in the murder of Caesar in William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." While Brutus's motives are honorable, his actions lead to his downfall of himself and Rome. Brutus kills Caesar because he fears Julius Caesar will become king.
In the play, Julius Caesar, written by William Shakespeare, the character of Brutus is important in drawing my interest as a reader. I believe Brutus's ideals are honourable; however in reality his actions are not correct as they lead to his downfall. What interests me about Brutus is the reason he kills Caesar, and finally how he justifies the murder, the impact of his decision on Rome and himself. Julius Caesar is still relevant in the reason in the present political turmoil.

The reason Brutus participates in the killing of Caesar fascinates me because his perspective is different from the men around him. Brutus is a friend of Caesar and believes in democracy. He fears that Caesar will be crowned king but has no concrete evidence. All he knows is that Caesar refused the crown thrice, which is a fact. However, Casca informs Brutus that Caesar was reluctant...

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