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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Marcus Brutus.
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Marcus Brutus: Tragic Hero in "The Tragedy of Julius Ceasar"

Summary: Marcus Brutus in "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare is a tragic character: he is responsible for his own fate, he makes a serious error in judgment, and he accepts death with honor.
In the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, written by the profound playwright and author William Shakespeare, the character Marcus Brutus is a tragic hero. Why, you may ask. It is simple; it is because he fits the description of a tragic hero. Brutus has a tragic flaw, he is responsible for his own fate, he makes a serious error in judgment, and he accepts death with honor.

Marcus Brutus has many tragic flaws. I believe that one major tragic flaw of Brutus's is that he did not accept Cassius's idea to assassinate Antony when they were going to assassinate Caesar. When Brutus did not accept this idea I had no idea that Brutus was basically accepting death at this time, he did not know this either. By letting Antony live Brutus makes it possible so that anyone, most importantly Antony, can try to come in and take...

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