Examples Of Persuasive Speech In Julius Caesar

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During William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Brutus gives a very convincingly persuasive speech. Much more so than MarkAnthony, who believed Caesar was not ambious. Brutus shares his point of view with Rome in the persuasive funeral speech. Not only using many examples of antithesis, show a profound amount of ethos and a smig of pathos, but also switching from savior to victim. Antithesis, an opposition or consonant of ideas. “Had you rather Caesar were living and die all slaves, than that Caesar were dead, to live free men.” Brutus is technically giving the people an option. Saying if he were to live we’d be turned into slaves, but now that he is dead we can live on as men. But, in reality, they would of never known. This make the people

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