PATHOS LOGOS AND ETHOS

Updated: 7/8/2021
PATHOS LOGOS AND ETHOS

Storyboard Text

  • ETHOS
  • "You, fellow, step out of the crowd. This is Caesar you’re looking at". (Act 1, scene 2, pg 3)
  • PATHOS
  • I’d rather be a poor villager than call myself a citizen of Rome under the hard conditions that this time is likely to put us through.(Act 1, Scene 2, pg 8)
  • LOGOS
  • "As often as it’s replayed, our group will be hailed as the men who gave their country liberty". (Act 3, scene1, pg 8)
  • Cassius is mentioning to the soothsayer that he must show caesar the respect he deserves giving him the credibility that he is of a higher power.
  • Brutus is showing the emotional view on how he rather not be a part of something that is going to bring them down and make him suffer but be part of something else that can bring him more success
  • Cassius mentions the logic of what will happen if they're seen as heroes, the ones who gave their country liberty, which will lead them to be hailed as it is seen in history.