Julius Caesar: to kill or not to kill- brutus

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  • Hamartia: The flaw that causes the downfall
  • Cassius is trust worthy...and I know Antony won't say anything bad about me.
  • Brutus' tragic flaw is that he is too trusting!
  • Hubris: Extreme Pride
  • "It's not that I love Caesar less, but that I love Rome more..."
  • Brutus' pride was that he believed he had to save Rome!
  • Anagnorisis: When the hero makes a critical discovery
  • At Caesars funeral Antony makes a speech which goes against what Brutus says.
  • Peripeteia: Reversal of fortune
  • Antony joins the triumvirate against the conspirators.
  • Nemesis: Fate that cannot be reversed
  • Brutus sees Caesars ghost which foreshadows the conspirator's ultimate demise.
  • Catharsis: The audience is left with pity or fear for the hero.
  • In the end they all commit suicide and the audience is left feeling sad that Brutus didn't see it coming.
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