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Brutus agreeing to join the conspiracy against Caesar, as he was persuaded by Cassius.
Brutus claiming that he killed his good friend Caesar out of the love he has for Rome.
"Not because I cared for Caesar less, but because I cared for Rome more"(p.42).
Brutus begins to think impulsively when allowing Mark Antony to speak at Caesar's funeral. He does not think about the consequences that might occur, and does not listen to Cassius' input.
"Why have you come"(p.64)?
Brutus seeing Caesar's ghost in his dream leads to him realizing that he has made an impacting mistake.
"To tell you that you will see me at Philippi"(p.65).
The moment of recognition forces the hero to fight against Mark Antony in the civil war, even though he does not necessarily want to.
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