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Caesar and Brutus.
"Ha, who comes here?...Thy evil spirit, Brutus" (4.3.318,325). The remover of an oppressive power may ironically share the same characteristics of the oppressor. In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, the similarities between Brutus and Caesar, the liberator and oppressor, are seen in many characteristics. Brutus reflects Caesar's pride, carelessness, and methods to gain power. Brutus, as seen in the quote, is just a reflection of Julius Caesar and his character.
The family honor of Brutus in protecting the republic is equal to Caesar honoring himself and establishing a monarchy. Initially Bru…
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