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  • Antony uses rhetorical questions to make the audience consider the if actions Caesar exemplified were the opposite of ambitious. 98
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  • THINKING
  • Antony tells anecdotes of Caesar helping the less fortunate and caring for them to prove he wasn't ambitious. 99
  • Antony offers a concession by stating he won't disprove what Brutus stating but he will speak the truth. 108-109
  • SPEAK TRUTH
  • Disprove Brutus
  • Antony uses repitition ironically by saying "is Brutus an honorable man?"to cause the audience to lose prior respect for Brutus. 95
  • And Brutus is an honorable man!
  • And Brutus is an honorable man!
  • And Brutus is an honorable man!
  • And Brutus is an honorable man!
  • And Brutus is an honorable man!
  • Avery Wilson lines 70-109
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