Brutus speech

Brutus speech

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  • Logos
  • "Had you rather Caesar/ were living and die all slaves than that Caesar were dead/ to live all free men?" (III.i.22-24).
  • Pathos
  • "[It was] not that I loved Caesar less,/ but that I loved Rome more" (III.i.21-22).
  • Ethos
  • "Believe me for/ mine honor and have respect to mine honor that you/ may believe" (III.ii.14-16).
  • He is saying that would you rather CAesar be your ruler and die under his rules as a slave or Caesar be dead and all citizens would have their own rights and die free.
  • Brutus is expressing his love for Rome and he is showing that he cares for his city and the people that live in it.
  • HE is saying that if you honor and respect him as a man, you will believe him when he says that what he did to Caesar was too for the better of Rome.
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