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Loyalty in Julius Caesar

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Brutus is an honorable man. Brutus is the most honorable man as he selflessly chose his country over his leader and friend. Although Marcus Brutus was a conspirator in Shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar, his intentions were honorable as Brutus made his decision selflessly, without jealousy or site, was willing to die if the people judged him too ambitious, and chose his for Rome over his loyalty to caesar.

Made decision selflessly, no jealousy or ambition.

Did not at first want to listen to Cassius

Only acted after receiving letters

Was loved by the people and known to be close and loyal to Caesar

(in his speech) talks about Caesar's ambition

Wanted to assasinate only Caesar.

Although Marcus Brutus was a conspirator in shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar, his intentions were honorable as Brutus made the decision selflessly, without jealousy or site, was willing to die if the people judged him ambitious, and chose his love for Rome over his loyalty in Caesar. Brutus has courage beyond any other man, to be willing to betray and assassinate his friend and leader for the good of his country. And such is the honor and courage of MArcus Brutus.

Swore no oath, said was willing to die

Begs people to judge him and, if he is deemed ambitious, to kill him knew that assassinating Caesar would mean his own death.

Made decision selflessly, no jealousy or ambition.

Did not at first want to listen to Cassius

Only acted after receiving letters

Was loved by the people and known to be close and loyal to Caesar

(in his speech) talks about Caesar's ambition

Wanted to assasinate only Caesar.

Was noted to be most loyal to Caesar

Did not want to betray his leader and friend

(in his speech) talked about his love of Caesar

Only acted after receiving letter from the people

Brutus is an honorable man. Brutus is the most honorable man as he selflessly chose his country over his leader and friend. Although Marcus Brutus was a conspirator in Shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar, his intentions were honorable as Brutus made his decision selflessly, without jealousy or site, was willing to die if the people judged him too ambitious, and chose his for Rome over his loyalty to caesar.

Although Marcus Brutus was a conspirator in shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar, his intentions were honorable as Brutus made the decision selflessly, without jealousy or site, was willing to die if the people judged him ambitious, and chose his love for Rome over his loyalty in Caesar. Brutus has courage beyond any other man, to be willing to betray and assassinate his friend and leader for the good of his country. And such is the honor and courage of MArcus Brutus.

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