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Cassius and Brutus

Summary: Brutus and Cassius differ in personality and in leadership, but are alike in handling crisis throughout Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. Yet, they have an enduring friendship that withstands every test faced without breaking. Fittingly, the two men express this bond as they bid a final farewell at the beginning of the last battle in act five
Cassius and Brutus

Throughout William Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar, two men take the forefront of the conspiracy against the title character, Cassius and Brutus. Brutus and Cassius, long-time friends before the very thought of a conspiracy arrived, grow even closer during the time spent planning the coup. While employing similar approaches in handling situations, Cassius and Brutus greatly differ in personality, and in leadership. These differences, and the high-stakes gamble they take to murder the ruler of Rome, test the boundaries of their friendship more than once.

As the play opens, Caesar is at the pinnacle of leadership, and is soon to be crowned the king of Rome. Fearing that Caesar will become a tyrant, Cassius convinces his friend, Brutus, to join him in a conspiracy to assassinate their new ruler. After much prodding, Brutus, who also counts Caesar as a friend, agrees and the insurgents quickly scheme...

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