Brilliant people commit to what they believe is significant to them. In Julius Caesar, Brutus betrays his good friend. Brutus has many significant qualities such as being sincere, honorable, and philosophical. However, he does have a few negative characteristics such as experiencing under one’s control, betraying upon others, and easily giving up easily on himself. In the end, Brutus commits suicide. From the play Julius Caesar, Brutus is a distinguished person because his persistent intentions are devotedly pure.
Brutus is sincere, honorable, and philosophical which makes up his superior characteristics. Brutus believes his role assassinating of Julius Caesar is for the good of Rome. Cassius proclaims “Till then, think of the world” (Shakespeare 1110).
He believes this because Cassius persuades him to accept his beliefs by mentioning the people of Rome. Brutus says “For let the gods so speed me as I love the name honor more than I fear death” (Shakespeare 1103).
Brutus is an honorable man because he does everything with interest on his country.
In addition, Brutus also does what he feels is right which also helps him with achieving his honor. Brutus lets his philosophies lead his decisions and actions. Furthermore, Brutus allows Antony to speak at Caesar’s funeral and deciding to risk everything in one battle which risks the entire purpose of the conflict because Antony may not be trustable. Although Brutus has many admirable traits, he also has some unfavorable traits. Brutus is easily swayed by powerful men, betraying his comrade, and giving up on himself.
Brutus believes that honor is one of the most important values in life. When presented with a problem his focus is on what he considers to be honorable. Each decision he makes is based on what he believes to be admirable and right. He further believes that honor is an important value of everyone. This idealistic view of honor allowed him to only see the goodness in people. This lead to his ...
Brutus asks “Into what dangers would you lead me, Cassius that you would have me seek into myself. For that which is not in me? ” (Shakespeare 1103) Cassius tells Brutus that Caesar is a threat to the people of Rome which leaves Brutus unhappy. Brutus is unhappy because he believes in Cassius’ persuasion. Brutus’ main flaw is how he is easily swayed between sides which shows that he is easy to control. Brutus says “Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more” (Shakespeare 1145).
In addition, Brutus betrays his close friend, Caesar and joins the conspiracy.
Brutus joins the conspiracy because he chooses his beloved Rome over Caesar. Romans value loyalty as one of the grandest Roman virtues. Furthermore, Brutus is unconfident about his war against Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus. Brutus is unconfident because Cassius is gone and he is left alone so he decides to commit suicide. Brutus says “Hold then my sword, and turn away thy face while I do run upon it” (Shakespeare 1181).
Due to the situation, Brutus’ situation causes a terrible outcome. Brutus’ life results in his own death.
Brutus has a difficult decision to make to kill Caesar which creates an internal conflict. Brutus is convinced to kill Caesar because he feels that Caesar will not make a great leader. As a result, he decides to kill Brutus alongside Cassius and the conspirators. Since, Brutus decides to kill Caesar, it becomes the “right” thing to do because Brutus is an honorable man and people believe in whatever he does. Brutus says “Caesar, now be still. I killed not thee with half so good a will” (Shakespeare 1181) in his last breath.
Brutus commits suicide as a form of revenge for Caesar. Finally, Brutus succeeds in killing Caesar as well as himself. His death is a good thing because he ends all of the chaos between Antony and him. Brutus is a man who follows his beliefs which then leads him into a mess. Strato says “I held the sword, and he did run on it” (Shakespeare 1182).
Brutus successfully commits suicide as an honorable man. Antony says “This was the noblest Roman of them all” (Shakespeare 1182).
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His death ends the war between the two sides.
In conclusion, people achieve their important beliefs. With exceptional qualities, Brutus portrays as a respectable man. In contrast, he shows inadequate traits such as disloyality. In the end, Brutus’s life results in death. Sometimes, people’s lives do not resolute in their favor, because they must overcome certain obstacles. People often betray one another through selfish reasons. The desire for power can lead to one’s demise. Riches in wealth and ruling will result to an evil tragedy.