Tragic Hero Of Julius Caesar
By tarannumc, Updated
Nic, Annalise, Sia, Tarannum
The conspirators want Brutus to join them because he is close to Caesar. This will make them look like they are doing something good.
This will be good for Rome.
Rome sees Brutus as a wise and noble man, so when he killed Caesar, the citizens gave him a chance to explain his actions.
Brutus' tragic flaw that lead him to downfall was trusting Antony too soon.
Antony's speech is going to be great.
Brutus and Cassius are fleeing because Antony's audience were stirred up and are now trying to find the conspirators.
Wow, I should not have trusted Antony.
Brutus and Cassius made an army to prepare for when Antony's army came.
Brutus faced his downfall with courage and dignity by committing suicide because he lost the war and did not want to be publicly embarrassed.
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