Caesar appeals act 1

Caesar appeals act 1

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  • Act 1, scene 2
  • I was born free as Caesar. So were you. We both were well fed, and could survive the cold winter.
  • Act 1, scene 2
  • I know that virtue to be in you, Brutus. As well as I do know your outward favor. Yours is a fair a name.
  • Act 1, scene 3
  • Brutus sits high in all the people's hearts. His participation will bring worthiness to our schemes.
  • In this scene, Cassius (on the left) uses the ethos appeal to degrade the powerful Caesar. He is essentially saying to Brutus (on the right) that Caesar isn't that special, and he's the same as them.
  • Cassius also uses the pathos appeal to tell Brutus what he thinks of him. He praises Brutus, all while trying to manipulate him and attempting to get him to think that he is better than Caesar.
  • Cassius (right) and Casca (left) talk about Cassius' plan to convince Brutus to go against Caesar. Casca uses the ethos appeal; he understands how meaningful it would be to get Brutus to come to their side, as Brutus does hold a respectable position.
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