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"Et tu Brute?" was mumbled by Caesar previous to his death. In William Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar, Marcus Brutus was a tragic hero, regardless of his crucial act of betrayal. Brutus was considered no threat, and was a clever man because of his nobility. What lead the downfall of the play were his honor, idealism, and poor judgment.
Honor is a fundamental basis of Brutus, and is evidently worked out in his speeches throughout the play. "Who here is so rude that would not be a Roman? If any, speak, for him have I offended," was asked by Brutus, as he spoke to the plebeians at Ca…
- Marcus Brutus character analysis, from Julius Caesar
- The Effects of the Speeches of Brutus and Anthony
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