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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Does not tell Portia about the conspiracy Brutus may be noble at heart, however, he makes flaws in his judgement. double click to change this title text! Easily manipulated (by the other conspirators and Antony as well) Helps to createconspiracy Married to Portia Friends with Caesar (left) 1970 On-Screen Adaptation of Brutus Believes in Rome's best interest Misjudges Caesar Brutus kills Caesar Listens to Cassius Trusts Antonyto speakat Caesar'sfuneral Melissa Purcell and Amber Bovenschulte Honors English Pd.3 As he declares in his speech a Caesar's funeral, once it is best for him to die for Rome's sake, he bring the knifeupon himself. Misinterprets "paranormal" signs Et tu, Brutè?” (3.1.85 Shakespeare) Believed killingCaesar was the best for Rome With thisI depart,--that, as I slew my best lover for thegood of Rome, I have the same dagger for myself,when it shall please my country to need my death. (3.2 Shakespeare) The people of Rome interpreted strange things, like seeing a lion, as a bad omen from the gods. You all did see that on the Lupercal I thrice presented him a kingly crown, Which he did thrice refuse: was this ambition?” (3.2 Shakespeare) I know no personal cause to spurn at him,But for the general. (2.1.11-12 Shakespeare) Mark Antony addresses that Brutus is a "noble" man, and that Caesar was "ambitious", however, he provides counter-examples, turning the people against Brutus. A war between Mark Antony's troops and Cassius and Brutus' troopsbreaks out, and Brutus realizes what he has done. His poor judgement has caused war, and as he kept his word, when it is best for Rome, he shall bring the knife upon himself. Brutus commits suicide
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