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Whos is the tragic hero, Brutus or Ceasar?
The tragic flaw and the tragic hero
"He who will not reason is a bigot, he who cannot is a fool." -Sir William Drumman
Every man was given the natural ability to reason through situations and come to a conclusion by weighing the consequences. Every man, however, capable of this does not actively reason to come to a successful solution. Some choose not to reason, while others simply cannot due to their idealism. In any case the inability to reason becomes a flaw, and in the case of Julius Caesar, a tragic flaw. Reasoning is not inherently present in Marcus Brutus or Julius Caesar. Br…
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