"Julius Caesar" is one of Shakespeare's greatest works. It's about a
group of conspirators who kill their king, Julius, in order to be free. Antony,
opposed to the assassination, felt that he should avenge Julius's death. He
delivered a speech that convinced the Romans that the murder was unjust,
invoking their rebellion. Brutus, head of the conspiracy, also gave a good
speech, but the Romans didn't react to it. A battle erupted, and most of the
conspirators committed suicide. The styles of the two speeches were very
different from each other.
Brutus's speech was logical. …
- "Canterbury tales" by Geoffrey Chaucer
- "Julius Caesar"
- How people effect Pip and are effected by himre, in Great Expectations by Dickens
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