Julius Caesar- Ethos, Pathos, Logos
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Ethos: “He was my friend, faithful and just to me.” By saying this Antony is reassuring his relationship of knowing Caesar and is saying that he was always fair and just and that only a real friend would know.
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos
Pathos:“This was the unkindest cut of them all.” Antony creates an emotional connection with the crowd when he makes them look at the stab that Brutus, Caesar’s friend, created. Bringing out the emotion of pity towards Ceasar.
Logos: “And Brutus is an honorable man.” Throughout his speech Antony repeats that Brutus is an "Honorable man" however, he is being sarcastic. Before he repeats this he has made a point of logic to disprove his loyalty. Like when he reads the wil"l this logically proves that Caesar was not a tyrant.
Caesar's Will I of sound mind and body to bequeath 75 drachmas, and half my orchards to the people of Rome who I love.
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