Updated: 5/26/2021

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  • Good:[Cobbler to Marullus] “But indeed, sir, we make holiday to see Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph.” (20/30-31)Caesar just came home from winning a battle, which means he must have good leading capabilities.
  • Bad:[Cassius to Brutus] “...Caesar cried “Help me, Cassius, or I sink.” (27/111)So despite being a great leader, turns out Caesar is actually pretty weak, like he has little stamina.
  • Good:[Antony to crowd] “When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept;” (82/93)Caesar was empathetic and caring towards his Roman citizens, that and if he was a total corrupt leader why would Antony stand up for Caesar in the first place?
  • Bad:[Caesar to Calphurnia] “Danger knows full well That Caesar is more dangerous than he.” (59/44-45)This is Caesar's worst trait, arrogance. This arrogance ultimately was his downfall because he didn't listen to major warning signs of his death. That and he's super arrogant despite being physically weak.
  • Good:[Brutus to Cassius] “I would not, Cassius, yet I love him well.” (26/82)So our final good statement shows how Brutus has always thought of Caesar as a close friend, like Antony why would Brutus have a big moral dilemma if Caesar was purely tyrannical.
  • Bad:[Calphurnia to Caesar] “Alas, my lord, Your wisdom is consumed in confidence.” (59/49-50)Here's that arrogance again, even his wife Calphurnia realizes it. He's so consumed in his greatness that his judgement is clouded.