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Character Analysis Brutus

Summary: In the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, Brutus is depicted as honorable, loyal stoic, but gullible through what he says what he does and through what others say about him.
Quevedo, Florencia

English Honors - 1

11/14/2005

Character Analysis

In this play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare Brutus is depicted as honorable, loyal stoic, but gullible through what he says what he does and through what others say about him. He says things which revel him to be honorable, loyal stoic, but gullible . When he says "I love the name of honor more than I fear death" (III, ii, 20-21)to Cassius it shows he is honorable. When he says ."..not that I loved Caesar less but I loved Rome more." to the plebeians shows he is loyal . When he says " No man bears sorrow better. Portia is dead"(I, ii, 307-308) shows he is stoic because he is bearing his wife's death without expressing any feelings of sadness. When he says " What you have said/I will consider; what you have to say I will with patience hear" (I...

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