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Pathos. "Et tu, Bruté?"—Then fall, Caesar. This is pathos because of the emotional connection Caesar thought he had with Brutus, but instead was betrayed.
Et Tu, Brute
Ethos. "Hence! Wilt thou lift up Olympus?" This is Caesar using his authority to tell Cinna to be quiet.
Hence! Wilt thou lift up Olympus?
Logos. CAESAR (to the SOOTHSAYER) "The ides of March are come." SOOTHSAYER "Ay, Caesar, but not gone." The Soothsayer is using his warning in a logical way. Basically he is saying Caesar isn't safe until morning if he leaves home.
Ay, Caesar, but not gone.
The ides of March are come.
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