How characters help portray themes in the play, Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare.
In the play, Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, the interaction of characters help reveal the themes promoted by the playwright. This is especially true in Act Three, Scene Two. The ability of powerful oratory is demonstrated. Another issue in this scene is corruption from power. Loyalty and the lack thereof, is illustracted as the crowd is shown to be fickle.
Persuasive verbalism has the potential to alter the thoughts of the public. Both Brutus and Antony turn the tide of the Romans to their side. To exemplify, Brutus remarks, " Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome mo…
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