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In-class Essay on Brutus from "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare: A Tragic Hero
A tragic hero is a character whose fatal flaw in character brings about his/her tragedy. Brutus is the tragic hero of William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar". His downfall is that na&iuml;vet&eacute; and his bad decision-making.
Brutus is too trusting. When the conspirators gathered at his house, Cassius asked for an oath from each conspirator. Brutus, on the other hand, disagreed. He says that their honest faces are enough. However, after they killed Caesar and Antony is rallying the people against the conspirators, the other conspirators flee, leaving only Brutus and Cassiu…
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