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Traitor And Patriot Chart Of Brutus And Caesar

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jasmine johnson

on 13 September 2013

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Transcript of Traitor And Patriot Chart Of Brutus And Caesar

Traitor And Patriot Chart Of Brutus And Caesar
Evidence: "O Cassius if you could but win the noble Brutus to our party."
Evidence : "Et Tu, Brute ! Then fall , Caesar."
Evidence: "Our course will seem to bloody, Cauis Cassius to cut the head off then hack the limbs. Like wrath in death and envy afterward. For Anthony is but a limb of Caesar. Let us be sacrifiers, but not butchers, Cauis."
Evidence: "Or else were this savage spectacle; Our reasons are so full of good regard that were you, Anthony, the son of Caesar, you should be satisfied."
Evidence: "Romans, countrymen, and lovers! Hear me for my cause, and be silent that you may hear : Believe me for my honour and have respect for mine honour that you may believe."
Explanation: Here caius tells Cassius to win over Brutus's"noble self"to a party after being a backstabber of a friend.
Explanation: Here Caesar looks at Brutus as Brutus stabs him and say "To you, Brutus!" Brutus was Caesar's good friend but brutus betrayed him
Explanation: Here Brutus explains that while they must kill Caesar to save Rome from dictatorship, they must not kill Marc Anthony as well, or they will appear to be cold blooded killers in the eyes of the people rather than the defenders of the country.
Explanation: Here Brutus killed Caesar and is basically telling Marc to be okay with it.
Explanation: Here Brutus is trying to get the townspeople to believe he is a great person and noble being.
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