Julius Caesar - the speeches of Antony and Brutus
In the story, Julius Caesar, two mean with two different beliefs come to the same crowd to share their story and to bring forth their cause. Both of their speeches brought passion and true conviction. Taking the crowd to all extremes, the favor was with Brutus, until Antony came to the podium. Antony's speech swayed the crowd in such a way, the crowd turns, into a mad, chanting to kill the conspirorators.
When Brutus comes out to confront the crowd, he addresses his speech to everyone, " Romans, countrymen, and lovers, hear me for my cause, and be silent, that you may hear."…
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